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Should Teenage International Cricketers be Allowed?

Coronis

Cricketer Of The Year
Certainly didn't expect to see Jack bloody Smith of all people mentioned here on CW

Honestly pay drivers have been a thing in motorsport for almost as long as motorsport has existed, it's not ideal, but if the alternative is ever shrinking grid sizes I find it hard to get too bothered by a few rich kids running around at the back of the field
Well the main reason it pisses me off is an actual talented young driver (e.g Golding) not having a seat but Smith running around a second slower than everyone. (very happy Golding got another break last year)
 

GoodAreasShane

Cricketer Of The Year
Well the main reason it pisses me off is an actual talented young driver (e.g Golding) not having a seat but Smith running around a second slower than everyone. (very happy Golding got another break last year)
I am 100% with you on that one, that's for sure
 

Howsie

International Captain
Kane Williamson’s parents stopped him from making his first class debut a few months after his 15th birthday. ND were ready to pick him but they thought the amount of media attention a 15 year old would get in New Zealand playing professionally wouldn’t be good for him.

I would hazard a guess not many parents anywhere would step in there
 

Kenneth Viljoen

International Debutant
Aslong as the support system is great I don't see a problem with it ..Some kids are just amazing and shouldn't be held back .
 

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