ICC World Cup 2023 Trophy Tours European Leg Will include Mithali Raj 

ICC World Cup 2023 trophy tours European leg will include Mithali Raj. As it swept through Europe, leaving a trail of excitement and unification, the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 Trophy Tour continued to capture the attention of cricket fans. This leg of the tour, which included stops in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, France, and Italy, highlighted cricket’s appeal on a global scale and announced the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.

The Trophy was welcomed onto the track at the Dutch Grand Prix, where captain Scott Edwards presented it on the starting grid amid a sea of fervent Dutch Formula 1 fans, following the Netherlands’ recent dramatic qualification campaign that culminated in their first Cricket World Cup berth since 2011.

The Trophy not only visited famous Dutch landmarks but also went to the national championship game. The Trophy was welcomed in the UK as well for an enthralling four-day tour of The Hundred. The renowned cutlery was hosted at iconic venues including The Oval, Headingley, Old Trafford and Edgbaston during its journey across the nation. Beyond the games, the Trophy offered special chances for spectators to get up close to the ultimate trophy, stoking interest in the country’s defence of their 2019 title.

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The Trophy made a stop in Paris, the city of love, where it was presented at an elegant event held atop the Eiffel Tower. At the top of the tower, a historic photo opportunity with Mithali Raj offered a breathtaking view of the city. The Arc de Triomphe and Montmartre were on the Trophy’s route, and before cruising the Seine, street artists immortalised its presence there.

t”Well, I think such events boost one’s dream because, yes, one can aspire and have the talent, but when you actually see what you’re playing for right there in front of your eyes, you know it’s a very different feeling,” she continued. And when we were young, our top goal was to play for our nation, win the World Cup, and represent our nation. For many players who likely have never played cricket before, to actually see the trophy there, and for a country like France to have both their women’s and men’s teams at the competition, is a big deal. I have no doubt that they would all be working very hard at some point.” He said.

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