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Flag of Turkey
Flag of Turkey
ICC membership granted 2008
ICC member status Affliate-Member
ICC development region Europe
World Cricket League division n/a
European Cricket Championship division 5
Captain Jonathan Clarkson
Coach Raj Chaudhuri
First recorded match 7 September 2009 v Estonia at Corfu, Greece
As of 2 September 2009

The Turkish national cricket team is a fledgling team, which represents Turkey in international cricket competitions. They were granted affiliate status by the International Cricket Council in June 2008.



In September 2009 Turkey took part in the 2009 European Cricket Championship Division 5 in Corfu, Greece. This was their first international cricket tournament. Turkey recorded their first win in international cricket against Bulgaria[1] during the tournament, although this could not stop them finishing sixth and last.


The following list contains the 14 players in Turkey's squad for the European Cricket Championship Division 5:[2]
  • Jonathan Clarkson (Captain)
  • Hüseyin Şener Şen
  • Mubashir Khan
  • Athar Imran Opal
  • Mohammad Razak
  • Abdul Hamid Chohan
  • Muhammad Aasim
  • Colin Sutcliffe
  • Imran Sharif
  • Syed Ateeq Ahmad
  • Christopher Wade
  • Sajjad Haider
  • Stephen Bryant
  • Hunnain Durrani


  • Highest team total: 129 all out v Czech Republic, 8 September 2009 at Corfu, Greece[3]
  • Lowest team total: 41 all out v Greece, 11 September 2009 at Corfu, Greece[4]
  • Highest individual innings: 39, Muhammad Aasim v Czech Republic, 8 September 2009 at Corfu, Greece[3]
  • Best innings bowling: 5/8, Mohammad Razak v Bulgaria, 12 September 2009 at Corfu, Greece[5]


  • 'Slogging The Slavs: A Paranormal Cricket Tour from the Baltic to the Bosphorus', by Angus Bell


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