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31 October 201407:47

ICC Cricket World Cup Weekly Wrap: Volume 6

Stay up to date with all the week’s ICC Cricket World Cup news and views with our weekly wrap.

ICC Cricket World Cup Weekly Wrap: Volume 6 - Cricket News
Rolling Stones gets World Cup Satisfaction
Ahead of their show at the Adelaide Oval, legendary rock band the Rolling Stones were treated to a private tour of the Bradman Museum and got the chance to hold the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy, cricketworldcup.com reports.

ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy Tour: Australia and New Zealand
To celebrate the return of the ICC Cricket World Cup to Australia and New Zealand, cricketworldcup.com reports that fans will be treated to a tour which takes the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy across both countries.

Charity partners announced for Australia and New Zealand
Cricketworldcup.com reports that the official charity partners for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 have been announced with McGrath Foundation being appointed in Australia and The Cancer Society in New Zealand.

Top 10 New Zealand World Cup bowling performances
As one of the most successful ICC CricketWorld Cup nations, cricketworldcup.com takes a look at New Zealand’s top ten World Cup bowling performances.

Kevin O’Brien says Ireland will have no fear at #cwc15
Ireland star Kevin O’Brien spoke to Wisden India about his desire to perform strongly for Ireland at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.

SuperSport launches 24-hour cricket channel
South Africa’s SuperSport has announced that it will begin broadcast of a 24-hour cricket channel on Sunday, which culminates in the ICC Cricket World Cup final on 29 March 2015.

Nelson celebrates 111 Days to go
Cricketworldcup.com was on hand as Nelson celebrated 111 days until its first ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 match in unique fashion.

Reminder: Media Accreditation open for ICC Cricket World Cup 2015
Cricketworldcup.com reminds interested parties that the first stage of media accreditation for #cwc15 is open from 19 October-21 November 2014.