Spending time in bio-bubbles, players have been finding plenty of ways to keep themselves, and their followers, entertained.
As they head into their first series of the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Super League, Zimbabwe found time to participate in the Jerusalema Dance Challenge, and they smashed it out of the park!
Over in Australia, Kiwi couple Amy Satterthwaite and Lea Tahuhu have given a whole new meaning to the phrase "bubble parenting", with their daughter Grace proving a highlight for many in the Women's Big Bash League village.
There is absolutely no doubt over who the most popular member of the WBBL Village is 🥰— Rebel Women's Big Bash League (@WBBL) October 28, 2020
A wonderful read on how new mums @AmySatterthwait and @LTahuhu are enjoying hub life with their 10-month-old daughter Grace: https://t.co/bDBmfhtBJ8 pic.twitter.com/aHASAwHWOo
She might win the popular vote, but Grace is unfortunately a bit young to run in the upcoming elections in the village.
Another New Zealander got in on a social media trend to take a look at how much things have changed.
How it started How it’s going pic.twitter.com/USlMP4I2uw— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) October 26, 2020
Ahead of the Women's T20 Challenge in the UAE, Jemimah Rodrigues and co. were ecstatic to get out after being quarantined in their hotel rooms – althought some showed it more than others...
The Indian Premier League has been an inspiration for some youngsters watching...
Ben Stokes missed the start of the IPL to be in New Zealand with his family, and he dedicated his century against Mumbai Indians to his ill father.
And finally, a former Australia captain has turned photographer to capture the Spirit of Cricket.
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