ICC Women's T20 World Cup Trophy Trophy Tour visits Rottnest Island
The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Trophy Tour driven by Nissan is making the most of its trip to Western Australia, spending the day at Rottnest Island with Happy the Quokka. Visitors had the opportunity to snap a selfie with the trophy less than a month out from the beginning of the tournament.
Thousands of fans were able to get a glimpse of the official trophy on a beautiful day in WA. Included in today’s visit was beach cricket at Pinky Beach, photos at Settlement and Little Parakeet Bay and of course an iconic quokka selfie.
Set to cover over 14,000 kilometres around the country, the Trophy Tour gives thousands of fans the opportunity to see the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 Trophy. The 44-day tour will visit over 40 locations and showcases stories about inspiring women from communities across Australia, a nod to the tournament campaign ‘It’s the Big Dance, and the women are leading’.
Tomorrow the trophy will be onsite at the City of Perth Skyworks Australia Day celebration along with cultural dancers, a Nissan Nivara DJ booth, bowling challenge and visits from BBL and WBBL Scorchers players Jason Behrendorff and Mathilda Carmichael.
Perth will host the first rounds of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup including Australia vs. Sri Lanka on Monday 24 February. Tickets to all matches are available at t20worldcup.com.