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Senior individual matches (i.e., played outside organised competitions) are those shown to be important, especially if historically significant, by substantial secondary sources as outlined in Historical sources.Note that the term "first-class cricket" is misleading.Difficulty may arise with clubs that have not competed at senior level and, similarly, with venues that have not staged first-class or List A matches."Minor cricket" is a specific term in the sport that does not necessarily imply a lack of notability; in parallel with sports like association football and baseball, many cricket clubs in "minor leagues" are professionally run and do employ professional players.It is necessary to take an individual view about each country in terms of its own grassroots structure.WP: CRIC has decided that: Re a venue (aka ground), WP: CRIC has agreed that its regular usage by a notable club ensures its own notability per se.In practice, the term is loosely applied to important cricket matches since the 17th century (i.e., specifically to those played eleven-a-side with two innings each).

These include umpires (as above), patrons, benefactors, administrators, coaches, writers, broadcasters, historians and so on.

There has been first-class domestic cricket in the British Isles since at least 1697.

It is generally agreed that first-class domestic matches were first played 1851 in Australia; 1864 in India; 1864 in New Zealand; 1889 in South Africa; 1865 in the West Indies.

This award was introduced by jguk on 14 August 2005 but may be awarded by any Wiki Project Cricket participant.

Wiki Project Cricket participants have adopted the following guidelines for notability of cricket people, men's and women's cricket having equal importance, to qualify as the subject of an article in Wikipedia: The "highest international or domestic level" qualification includes any player or umpire (both men and women) who has appeared in a Test match since 1877; or in a limited overs international (including Twenty20 internationals) since 1971; or in any senior domestic competition or match.

These include umpires (as above), patrons, benefactors, administrators, coaches, writers, broadcasters, historians and so on.There has been first-class domestic cricket in the British Isles since at least 1697.It is generally agreed that first-class domestic matches were first played 1851 in Australia; 1864 in India; 1864 in New Zealand; 1889 in South Africa; 1865 in the West Indies.This award was introduced by jguk on 14 August 2005 but may be awarded by any Wiki Project Cricket participant.Wiki Project Cricket participants have adopted the following guidelines for notability of cricket people, men's and women's cricket having equal importance, to qualify as the subject of an article in Wikipedia: The "highest international or domestic level" qualification includes any player or umpire (both men and women) who has appeared in a Test match since 1877; or in a limited overs international (including Twenty20 internationals) since 1971; or in any senior domestic competition or match.Note especially that the person must have earned notability in their own right; they are not notable if they are only a member of a club, even if the club is notable.