Spectators Allowed in Australia v New Zealand women's Series

Spectators Allowed in Australia v New Zealand women’s Series

After a long time, the spectators are going to meet in the gallery of international cricket again. The spectators are allowed on the field in the upcoming series between the Australia v New Zealand women’s series. Cricket Australia (CA) has granted that permission.

Currently, the coronavirus situation in Australia is improving. Due to which the country’s cricket board has taken initiative to return the spectators to the field. For this, 50 percent of spectators have been allowed to enter the Australia-New Zealand women’s series.

The three-match T20 and ODI series between the two teams is going to start from September 26. Seating is available for visitors in six zones of Brisbane’s Allan-Border Ground. The distance between one spectator and another spectator shall be at least two bats of equal length. Hand sanitizing will be provided at the entrance of the stadium. Must have a mask on the face.

There are also restrictions when buying tickets. There will be no hand touching to buy tickets and pay. It is not allowed to shake hands, take autographs, or take selfies with the players on the field. However, there is no objection to celebrate, sing, and encourage the team.