ECB’s transgender review could result in more medical-driven policy

• Testosterone levels may have to match IOC guidelines
• Policy could mirror that of Cricket Australia

The England and Wales Cricket Board is reviewing its transgender policy before its £20m semi-professional women’s competition starts next year.

Under ECB rules the eligibility of players in women’s domestic cricket is determined by a player’s own self-identified gender, with no medical requirement for those who have transitioned from male to female to lower their testosterone levels.

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