Do you know that Australia will be hosting the ICC T20 World Cup from October 16 to November 13? On October 22, Australia will begin its campaign against its Trans-Tasman opponent, New Zealand. The website The UK Time is where you should go if you want additional details.
At the 2018 T20 World Cup, the Australian men’s cricket team will wear shirts made by Indigenous people. This is an effort to recognize and support Indigenous Australians’ contributions to the sport.
Aunty Fiona Clarke and Courtney Hagen, who have worked together on Indigenous designs used by Australia, worked with Asics to make the uniform. Clarke is related to James Couzens, a cricketer who was part of the Aboriginal XI that played a historic match at the MCG in 1866 and toured England two years later.
The hosts will wear a shirt inspired by Indigenous culture for the first time at a World Cup.
An Australian cricket team will wear a uniform designed to recognize the country’s indigenous peoples for the first time at a major competition. The shirt is white with black sleeves and a green-to-gold gradient across the back. It has art all over it.
Australia, New Zealand, England, and Afghanistan will all be in Group 1 of the Super 12 with Australia. The current world champions have only made one change to their strong team. Instead of Mitchell Swepson, who was a leg spinner, they have brought in Tim David, who is a big hitter.
The new Australia jersey will feature a black sleeve and a gold and green gradient on the trunk, with artwork on top. The black pants and cap will have the colours of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags on the edges, and the gold and green patterns will go up the sleeves of the long-sleeved version. The artwork of Walkabout Wickets, which has become a major theme, is again in the middle of the front of the shirt, as it was in previous designs.