Australian cricketers take part in COVID-19 fundraiser for India

The idea of Pacemaker Josh Lalor, die Initiative leaves fans look at you die likes of Cummins, weirdo Nathan Lyon, all-rounder and die pace duo of Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood on a live stream when they talk talk cricket and present their gaming skills in an offer to raise A $ 100,000.

The fundraiser will begin at 1:30 p.m. IS and will also see participation of all-rounder Moises Henriques, women amongst other things die Cricketer Alyssa Healy and die South African Rilee Rossouw.

“As an Australian cricketer, we have one unique relationship with Indian people“Said Lalor

“It’s a nice part of the world, they are absolute cricket crazy and they bend over backwards to make every cricketer feel welcome and welcome. If we can muster some money at all to help What’s going on on in India, it will take a long time way, “He added.

Australia’s cricket new CEO, Nick Hockley and Todd Greenberg, the CEO of die Australian Cricketers’ Association will also make an appearance. “I thought it would be great for those guys (Hockley and Greenberg) sit back and speak cricket with the public in a way they are not used to it. It will be a great opportunity for them to convey a slightly different message than cricket public“Said Lalor.

The live-stream will be available on Lalor’s Twitch page.

Australian cricket has risen so far more as AUD 280,000 as part of UNICEF Australia’s Call for COVID-19 Crisis in India. India is currently Tumbling under a devastating one second wave of Covid19 pandemic.

On Wednesday the country reported 1.32.788 new Infections and 3,207. The Indian Premier League was also forced middle in to be blocked during the season last Month after several cases of COVID-19 were found in his bio-bubble.

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