‘There is no answer to its legacy’: Big responsibility given to Enrique Norkhia in ICC Under-19 World Cup 2024

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There is free entry for all 41 matches across the five host venues of the ICC Under-19 World Cup 2024.

U19 World Cup 2024 and Anrich Nortje. (Image Source: Getty Images)

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on January 15 banned South African fast bowler Enrique Norkhia (Enrich Nortje) has been selected for the upcoming ICC Under-19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2024 to be held in South Africa (ICC U19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2024) has been announced as ambassador for.

With 144 wickets in 72 matches across all three formats of the game, right-arm bowler Anrich Nortje is one of the most dangerous bowlers in international cricket. Let us tell you, the 15th edition of the ICC U19 World Cup will begin on January 19, in which host South Africa will face West Indies in Potchefstroom and Ireland will face the United States in Bloemfontein.

Anrich Nortje is the ambassador of ICC U19 World Cup 2024

Meanwhile, South Africa’s star fast bowler will support and guide some of the world’s most exciting young cricketers in the upcoming ICC Under-19 World Cup 2024. Additionally, Anrich Nortje will present his views on the mega-event matches in his ICC column, as well as feature on a number of key events, including South Africa’s first match in Potchefstroom on 19 January.

Read here: January 15 – Evening News Headlines All the latest news from the cricket world till this evening.

Enrique Norkhia said in an official statement: “I am very excited to participate in the upcoming ICC Under-19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2024 as an Event Ambassador. This tournament has historically been a great platform for future stars to showcase themselves on the global stage, and I am very excited to be a part of this event as the next generation of star players shine at this tournament. Will be visible.

“I want to welcome the players to South Africa”

I have played with and against many of the best players in the world who have made their debut here and its legacy is unmatched. I would encourage fans to come together and enjoy the action so that they too can say that they came to the Under-19 Men’s Cricket World Cup to watch the next generation of superstars emerge. There is free entry for all 41 matches across the five host venues, so I expect huge crowds at the tournament starting on January 19. I would like to welcome the players to South Africa and wish them all the best for the tournament.”

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