SCOTTISH cricket was last night beginning a global search for new players after winning their fight to make eligible players who have a Scots-born parent.
The International Cricket Council had previously limited eligibility criteria to place of birth and passport.
Craig Wright, the former Scotland captain, said this was an "incredibly significant" decision.
Roddy Smith, the chief executive of Cricket Scotland, was rewarded for years of lobbying the ICC for change.
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