Australia Captian Pat Cummins Hopes Oil Protesters Will Not Disrupt WTC Final

Australia Captian Pat Cummins expressed his hope that the ‘Just Stop Oil’ protesters would not disrupt the World Test Championship final against India in London. This desire arose after the team’s bus was delayed on its way to training. This was due to the protesters causing traffic disruptions near The Oval. Police had to intervene to clear the way for the team to reach the training venue. Discover Australia Captian Pat Cummins Hopes Oil Protesters Will Not Disrupt WTC Final.

Interestingly, England’s cricket team also faced a similar delay caused by the same group of protesters while travelling to Lord’s for their test match against Ireland last week. Cummins mentioned that they were informed about the potential disruptions during a security briefing a couple of days ago. He expressed his hope that such incidents would not occur but acknowledged that other events had been affected by these protesters in the past.

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The ‘Just Stop Oil’ protesters have previously disrupted events. Such as the world snooker championship and the English Premiership rugby final. They have engaged in acts such as scattering orange powder paint at the snooker tournament. Invading the pitch during a rugby match between Saracens and Sale at Twickenham.

While Cummins has been vocal about his concerns regarding climate change. He did not explicitly endorse or support the demonstrations carried out by the protesters.

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