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ICC Cricket World Cup 2015
ICC Cricket World Cup Weekly Wrap: Volume 7

With 100 days to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 being celebrated on Thursday, there has been plenty of great #cwc15 news and surprises this week – catch up on all of them right here!

Press on both sides of the Tasman were excited about additional #cwc15 tickets being released on 100 days to go (6 November). Check out the report from news.com.au in Australia and nzherald.co.nz in New Zealand.

Be among the first to watch the brand new ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Television Commercial right here:

Cricketworldcup.com announced that LG has joined forces with ICC for a campaign to identify the greatest World Cup Moments of all time. Starting on 100 days to go to #cwc15, fans are encouraged to vote on their favourite moment, with one moment released each day until the start of the World Cup.

World Cup is the ultimate for a cricketer – Wasim Akram
Pakistan great and World Cup winner Wasim Akram caught up with cricketworldcup.com to talk about the prestige of winning an ICC Cricket World Cup what makes the four-yearly tournament so special.

Captains talk World Cup on 100 days to go
To help mark 100 days to #cwc15, cricketworldcup.com caught up with some of the captains who will be leading their nation’s hopes Down Under in 2015.

Cricket Australia wraps up 100 days to #cwc15
Cricket.com.au takes a look at 100 days to #cwc15 celebrations on both sides of the Tasman. Check out their wrap for a quick look at all the legends who took part and have a sneak peek at Australia’s new uniform for #cwc15.

Cricket stars do battle on the Harbour Bridge
Stuff.co.nz reports that leading New Zealand and Australian cricketers played a rare game of cricket on Auckland’s iconic harbour bridge to help promote #cwc15 and mark the 100 days to the start of the tournament.


Cricket World Cup heading on Kiwi road trip
The Cricket World Cup trophy will be one of the busiest tourists in New Zealand over the next three weeks, stuff.co.nz reports. The #cwctrophytour kicked off its national tour to 6 November.

Paul Collingwood returns to Scotland setup for 2015 Cricket World Cup
Paul Collingwood will be plotting England’s downfall at next year’s World Cup after agreeing a return to Scotland’s coaching staff, theguardian.com reports.

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