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ICC unveiled volunteer uniform of cricket world cup 2015 at boxing day test match venues

International cricket council has unveiled the colourful volunteer uniform at the venues of boxing day test matches between India and Australia at MCG, New Zealand and Sri Lanka at Christchurch oval ground in New Zealand. International Cricket Hall of Fame key members Sir Richard Hadlee and Debbie Hockley had modelled the orange, green, bright blue, yellow, and white uniforms in the presence of 300 plus volunteers at Christchurch. Head of Cricket World Cup 2015 for New Zealand Therese Walsh said volunteers would play key factor for tournament and it is important for their unique identification and having uniforms that were fun to wear. The mega tournament of cricket world cup is going to be held in Australia and New Zealand which starts on February 14.


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