VIDEO: Australia Women’s World Cup Team Celebrate Ice Holi – Australia Women’s World Cup Team Celebrate Ice Holi

by Ana Lopez

Holi is coming. And many Australian players will be in India this Holi. A major reason for this is the WPL starting on March 4

Australian women’s cricket team for the sixth time T20 champions After becoming, all his players were seen having fun. The fun of the Australian team was like a Holi hangover. Even though they didn’t have the colors to play on the field, they had Holi in style, all this on the ground where the Australian women’s cricket team scripted their victory in the T20 World Cup.

Australian players in the estimation of fun

Australia clinched the title by defeating hosts South Africa in the final match of the Women’s T20 World Cup. This was Australia’s 5th title win in the T20 World Cup under Meg Lanning’s captaincy. With this, Lanning became the captain with the most ICC trophy wins. In Australia’s win, Beth Mooney was Player of the Series while Gardner was Player of the Match.

Australian players have fun in Holi style

After a sensational performance in the final match of the Women’s T20 World Cup and clinching the title, the Australian players started playing each other with ice on the field.

These players are in India on the occasion of Holi

By the way, Holi is also coming. Along with Holi, the first season of the Women’s Premier League is also going to start, where these players who are currently rocking the ground in South Africa will be seen playing.

Holi will be held in the center of WPL

WPL will start from March 4. While Holi is on March 8. This means that this time many of the players seen in the video shared by the ICC can be seen truly enjoying India’s Holi.

Australia has once again become the world champion. In the Women’s T20 World Cup 2023, they defeated South Africa by 19 runs and took the world winners trophy in their hands. After winning the toss and batting first, Australia set a target of 157 runs. But South Africa fell 19 runs short of this target. This gap was not only the loss of the match but also the history of making it.


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