Traditional Tournament “The Ashes” Summer In Australia (part 4)

Conversely, when the ball is thrown away, the players of the defensive team must try to stop and throw a quick payback to the pitch for the team to stop the “Run” times of the two “Batsman”. The “Batsman” player is disqualified and will be replaced by his teammate in order to throw the ball in order until the entire team is eliminated, then change the game for the opponent to attack.

In short, “One Day Cricket” is a form of competition with 11 players of the defensive team and 2 offensive team players present on the pitch to throw and throw balls in the face of the “Run” number of times. very excited and elegant because there is no direct contact between players.

Return to The Ashes in Australia with 5 specified battles held in the grasslands of different cities including Gabba-Brisbane, Adelaide Oval-Adelaide, WACA-Perth, MCG-Melbourne, and SCG-Sydney.

Traditionally, Melbourne is the city that hosts the Boxing Day game and Sydney is the venue for the final match of the New Year. Since both of these matches start on holidays, there is a great deal of indigenous fans and tourists.

Visitors will feel the utmost excitement when immersing themselves in the bustling, passionate atmosphere of the audience and directly witnessing the passion for enjoying the thrills and spectacular ball rolling on the cricket’s pitch. Australian grave with the opening match at Gabba in Brisban in November, or the next match at Adelaide Oval in South Australia and the WACA (Western Australian Cricket Association) in Perth city at the end of the year.

In particular, it was also impossible to ignore the jubilant Boxing Day battle on the MCG (Melbourne Cricket Ground) which was one of Australia’s “Cricket Sanctuary” with a capacity of about 100,000 spectators. And finally, the fascinating final at SCG (Sydney Cricket Ground) in the most prosperous city of Kangaroo country.

Certainly, visitors will be satisfied and can not forget the beautiful memories after experiencing a busy summer with cricket with the traditional tournament The Ashes.

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