ICC World Cup Trophy Arrives in South Australia

Former Australian pacer Shaun Tait will promote the start of the South Australian leg of the ICC World Cup trophy tour as well as celebrate the South Australian Cricket Association's (SACA) regional road show.

Updated: November 19, 2014 16:32 IST
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Australia PM Tony Abbott (5th from left) and Indian PM Narendra Modi (6th from left) with legendary cricketers and the World Cup 2015 trophy at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

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Dubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup trophy on Wednesday arrived in Port Lincoln, Australia, as part of its visit to countries which will compete in next year's extravaganza from February 14 to March 29. (Indian and Australian Prime Minister Bond Over Cricket)

Former Australian pacer Shaun Tait will promote the start of the South Australian leg of the trophy tour as well as celebrate the South Australian Cricket Association's (SACA) regional road show, according to an ICC release. (India vs Pakistan Tickets Sold Out in 12 Minutes)

"Tait, Mayor Bruce Green and the trophy will be appearing at the Port Lincoln Foreshore between 1-1.30 pm whilst activities will run from 12-5 pm. Locals will have the opportunity to get their photo taken with the World Cup Trophy," the release read. (ICC World Cup Trophy Goes Sky-Diving)

As part of the regional road show, the SACA is running cricket clinics for budding talents. (ICC Raises World Cup Prize Money)

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