Mumbai (Maharashtra): The International Cricket Council (ICC) has framed a new ICC age limit. Under the rules, cricketers aged 15 and under will not be allowed to play international cricket. The rule will also apply to senior men’s, women’s and under-19 teams. The ICC said the rule was made for the safety of the players. Earlier, there was no age limit for playing international cricket. But under the new rules, it has to be seen whether a player participating in international cricket is 15 years of age or younger. The ICC, meanwhile, has said that only in exceptional circumstances can a team be allowed to play a player who does not meet the age criteria.