Over the years, it has been seen that many players fake their age to get into their desired category like U-19, U-23...

5 Indian Cricketers Who Faced Bans For Age Fraud


Rasikh Salam

He was banned by BCCI in 2019 for 2 years for age fraud, reported by J&K State Board of School Education. Rasikh again back for KKR in IPL 2022.


Ankeet Bawne

He was set to lead India in U-19 World Cup but dropped due to age discrepancy. His actual date of birth is Sep 01, 1992, but as per BCCI records, it was Dec 17, 1992.


Prince Ram Niwas Yadav

He was banned for 2 seasons for age fraud in several U-19 tournaments. He represented himself born on Dec, 2001 instead of June 10, 1996.


Manjot Kalra

One of the many heroes from U-19 World cup 2018, Manjot got contract from Delhi Capitals but not get to play a single match due to Age Fraud in his documents


Nitish Rana

Nitish Rana banned in 2015 for age discrepancy in age-group competitive cricket. He again back into cricket and presently, he is one of the most sought batter.