Cricketers complain updated Home Office guidance on sports visitors threatens long tradition of hosting overseas talent

Amateur cricket clubs have complained that new Home Office immigration guidance could bar talented young overseas players from the country and permanently diminish the English game.

For decades, amateurs from Australia, India, and South Africa have been as much a part of English summer cricket as grass-stained whites or afternoon tea. But now an update to Home Office rules on sports visitors could put that tradition under threat.

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