Adam Zampa, Erin Holland carry the T20 World Cup trophy to a special place. see photos

Adam Zampa, Erin Holland carry the T20 World Cup trophy to a special place.  see photos

Adam Zampa and Erin Holland with the trophy.© Twitter

The T20 World Cup trophy is going from place to place. The 2022 edition of the marquee event will take place in Australia in October-November and is currently on the trophy tour. The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 trophy has reached one of Australia’s most coveted natural wonders, with Australian leg-spinner Adam Zampa, sports presenter Erin Holland and Australian Paralympic swimmer Grant Patterson carrying the prized silverware to the clear waters of the Great Barrier Reef. are taking in. Secured in a custom-made case, the trophy was carried by Zampa and local cricket fans to Cairns’ Reef Magic Pontoon, which gives visitors the opportunity to get an underwater seat to view the reef’s colors and marine life.

The tour is part of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Trophy Tour which will cover 21 venues in all eight Australian states and territories, in addition to 12 other countries.

“Today is a reminder of how fortunate we are to live in a country with so much natural beauty. It’s a great way to bring the World Cup trophy to this precious place and encourage fans from all over the world to come to Australia later.” Good luck. This year,” the ICC quoted Adam Zampa as saying.


“Cricket is going to be amazing with all the best teams in the world here, but as fans will see as part of the trophy tour, there is so much more to see and do here,” he added.

The T20 World Cup will feature 16 international teams, bringing together fans from across the globe for a global showpiece event and giving them the chance to experience the best of Australia while being here for cricket.

More than 100,000 international spectators are expected to attend the event, played in seven host cities from October 16 to November 13.

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