Ahead of Australia's T20 World Cup opener, Cameron Green says he “can jump in at many different roles”

Australia all-rounder Cameron Green, despite a staggered arrival in the Caribbean after the Indian Premier League, believes the side is eager to play their first encounter against Oman at the T20 World Cup. Green, who experienced a “quite ridiculous” amount of travel in 2023, said the 38-hour flight to join the Australian squad, which only resulted in one lost bag, was something he was now used to. The all-rounder was given a few days at home in Perth after RCB were eliminated from the IPL a week ago, and his journey to Barbados was comparatively smooth compared to that of several of his teammates.
Green told reporters after Australia's training session on Monday, “Just one bag lost—my cricket bag—but it came the next day. My trip was about 38 hours, while Starcy's (Mitchell Starc) was about 60 hours. So overall happy.”
Adjusting to the constant travel (or living out of a suitcase) helped him hit his stride towards the end of the IPL season. Despite a rough start, he became a key player for Royal Challengers Bengaluru in both batting and bowling.


Jun 4, 2024 6:43 AM