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Cricket World Cup tours Port Augusta

TROPHY: Nitin Kharod and Rajinder Chauham were among the many people who were able to hold the International Cricket Trophy on Monday at ETSA Oval. Locals were given the chance to take a look and hold the International Cricket Council World Cup National Trophy this week, when the trophy tour stopped in town.
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The tour coincided with the Lord Tavener’s Indigenous Cricket Carnival held on Sunday and Monday.

The six-team Twenty20 format carnival was headlined by under 23 Australian Indigenous cricketer and South Australian under 17 captain Ayden McGregor-Baptista.

Mr McGregor-Baptista said his first game was on Sunday against Port Augusta and played in Quorn.

“The facilities in Quorn were fantastic,” he said.

“The game was demanding but it was all good fun.”

At ETSA Oval on Monday, there were family friendly activities throughout the day with local schools and visiting schools having the opportunity to see the World Cup trophy.

With just under 80 days until the 2015 world cup, the tour is bringing awareness to the tournament as well as bringing the trophy to communities.

The tour will take three months and visit the seven host cities and finish on Australia Day in 2015.

Cricket World Cup community engagement manager Cameron McLeod said a family travelled 160 kilometres to Jamestown to see the trophy on Sunday.

The World Cup begins on February 14 with Australia taking on England at the Melbourne Cricket Ground and closer to home current champions India taking on Pakistan at the Adelaide Oval.

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