Juniors from Queensland Cricket programs joined Zampa and Watson on the River to Bay Cruise, with fans on land also able to get a shot with the trophy at Bougainvillea House.
 
As part of the countdown to Australia hosting 16 international teams, featuring the world’s best cricketers, the Trophy is making stops at 21 locations across all eight Australian State Territories in addition to 12 other countries.
 
Zampa and his Australian teammates will begin their ICC Men’s T20 World Cup title defence in less than 100 days time and will feature in Brisbane at The Gabba on 31 October in an evening match.
 
The Gabba will host four matches over three days, with eight international teams to feature, including world number one England against last year’s T20 World Cup runner-up New Zealand on 1 November.
 
Kids tickets for all matches in Brisbane are just $5, making the event accessible for families. Adult prices start from $20 at select matches and are on sale now at t20worldcup.com.