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Hiya i am 15 years old i am currently playing for a cricket club and i want to work hard to become a professional but what i was wondering is that the age 15 is it too late or is it a good age to start cricket
 

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It would depends on how good you are now. You should talk to your current coach and see what they think about your talents and where you need to improve.
Colin Miller showed you are never too old to play Test cricket. He made his debut at 34!
 

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It depends what level you start at. If you dont have us much skill, i suggest maybe start going down the local cricket nets having a bowl with a cricket ball and have a bat, with a couple of mates. If you join the team i guarantee your skills will improve.
 

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Ar54ad said:
Hiya i am 15 years old i am currently playing for a cricket club and i want to work hard to become a professional but what i was wondering is that the age 15 is it too late or is it a good age to start cricket

Like Rajah said it's never to late to start cricket, just join a club and try and get scouted.
 

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It depends how good you are like others above me said, of your a super star then you could be something like 20 and get scouted. But if your not that good which very few are dont get discouraged just keep at it until you reach your goal.
 

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Cricket is much more dependant on natural talent than what coaches teach you. But anything is possible. I only started cricket up against last season after a 6 year hiatus. Keep at it.
 
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