Cricket coming back in Australia, first match to be played on June 6

Competitive cricket is going to return to Australia in the form of Club Cricket. Cricket will begin on Australian soil after about three months.

 Cricket coming back in Australia, first match to be played on June 6
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Due to the Coronavirus, all cricket matches around the world were postponed or canceled in March itself.

 

But now club cricket is going to start in Australia.

 

The T20 tournament under the Darwin and District Cricket Competition in Australia will begin on 6 June.

 

Before the start of cricket here, Cricketers were clearly forbidden to apply saliva or sweat to the ball, as it brightened the ball.

 

Use of saliva, spit and sweat has been banned in view of Coronavirus.

 

The Darwin Cricket Management (DCM) has decided to use wax to keep the glow of the ball.

 

The wax product will be with the umpire, which will increase the brightness of the ball.

 

ICC is talking to its member countries

 

Cricket clubs will be required to evaluate the Covid-19 Safety Plan and present it to the Northern Territory Government.

Australia-New Zealand are planning to restart cricket soon amidst Coronavirus

According to a report by Cricket.com,

 

Some details are still working with Cricket Australia. A DCM official has said,

 

“The ICC is really working closely with all cricketing bodies around the world to find new ways.”

 

Australian ball making company Kookaburra suggested making wax last month.

 

This wax has been prepared, which will make it easier to increase the brightness of the ball.

 

Australian fast bowlers say that whether it will have a different effect on the ball and bat, it will be a matter to be seen. Such uses are being used to avoid corona infection.

 

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