ICC Women’s CWC 2022 encourage Aotearoa locals to become tournament-time volunteers

According to a press release by ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, the locals of Aotearoa are being encouraged to take part in the world cup action by joining the ‘CWC22 Crew’ as a tournament-time volunteer. New Zealand’s six host cities – Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin are gearing up to welcome the world for the event with millions of global audiences expected to follow the tournament. Up to 750 volunteers will hop on the board as ‘CWC22 Crew’ as New Zealand will stage cricket’s top event featuring 31 matches across 31 action-packed days. To mark the launch of the CWC22 volunteer programme on Tauranga’s Mount Maunganui beach, Suzie Bates welcomed the first excited volunteers to apply. “As players, we know the role of tournament time volunteers is extremely important. “The whole fan experience of a global event such as this one relies just as much on the manaakitanga and kind hearts of volunteers as it does on the performances seen out on the pitch. “Meeting some of the fantastic Kiwi that have already put their hand up to help deliver the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup in 2022 is very humbling. “Seeing just how excited they are about the tournament really hits home that next year’s world cup on home soil will be a special occasion for everyone here in Aotearoa,” Bates said. The CWC22 Crew will be required in a variety of roles, each needing different skills and experience. Volunteers should be 17 years or older by 4 March 2022 and must be a resident of the six host cities. Successful candidates applying for volunteer positions will be interviewed in July 2021. One can find out more about joining the CWC22 Crew on – https://www.icc-cricket.com/womens-world-cup/volunteers


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