Australian men’s cricket team to do ‘barefoot circles’ as anti-racism statement | Cricket News

first_img Former West Indies fast bowler Michael Holding criticises England for choosing not to take a knee in the Pakistan and Australia series Australian cricket has grappled with how to support the anti-racism movement since the country’s one-day team was publicly criticised by former West Indies bowler Michael Holding for not taking a knee during the limited-overs series in England in September.Cummins said Australia’s players would also try to “do a lot of work” learning the country’s history.“You could probably put our hands up and say we haven’t done enough in the past and we want to get better, so this is one small thing we’re going to introduce this summer,” he said. Players form a barefoot circle before the Women's Big Bash League match between the Perth Scorchers and the Sydney Sixers on November 11
Players form a barefoot circle before the Women's Big Bash League match between the Perth Scorchers and the Sydney Sixers on November 11