Top 5 Oldest cricketers to play T20Is


T20 is fast and adventurous. Supporters love it. It was beginning in 2005; it has slowly grown into a large format which has become a standard for many new age cricket fans. It’s an attacking brand of cricket which is usually taken as a young man’s sport. However, this is not a fact. Beyond has been a list of cricketers who have resisted age and played this format with the victory. “Age is a subject of spirit over matter. If yourself don’t care, it doesn’t matter” is a famous quote in the field of games. Here are the oldest cricketers to have highlighted in a T20 internationals.


  1. Trent Johnston – 39 years (Ireland):


The former Ireland captain has been a great patron to game in the nation. He made his One Day International debut facing Scotland in 2008 and played till 2K13. Trent has also motivated his team in the 2009 and 2012 World Twenty20s. The right-arm medium pacer’s profession stretched 30 T20 in which he secured 249 runs and took thirty-two wickets. Johnston played his last Twenty20I against Afghanistan in 2K13 at the age of thirty-nine (39) years and 215 days. It was a significant one for him as he marked his first and the only half-century of his T20I career that match.