Thursday, February 8, 2007

Preparations for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 Going on with Much Enthusiasm

The preparation ahead of the World Cup Cricket 2007 is now going on with full pace. All the departments are getting ready for the biggest stage of the world cricket. The stadiums are excellent and the security system will be amazing. So the preparation for the tournament is in the right track and is going to be a successful tournament in the Caribbean region. Nine host venues of the Caribbean region are now waiting for the fascinating tournament of the cricket.

India Times reported:

Completion of the Kensington Oval, venue for the April 28 final, has been put back a month but organisers are confident cricket's showpiece event will be a resounding success.

"Things are going very well and we are in the final straight of a process that started many, many months ago," Stephen Alleyne, chief executive officer of the Barbados World Cup local organising committee, said.

"The West Indies has developed a reputation for being one of the most enjoyable and sought-after tours and I believe the World Cup will fit into exactly the same bracket.

"Of course, you always get some doubts when something has never been staged in a region before but I have every confidence the tournament will run smoothly.

"The Barbados government has recognised a significant opportunity with this World Cup and has worked hard to make ready various other components of the country -- such as the international airport, the seaport and the roads.

So, I think all can hope for an excellent tournament with some memorable incidents. I hope ICC World Cup Cricket 2007 will be a success story in the cricket world.