Shaun Tait takes World Cup trophy into deep sea

PORT LINCOLN: Former Australian pacer Shaun Tait took the World Cup 2015 trophy in the depth of sea with the Great White Shark Dive in the Neptune Island Conservation Park, Port Lincoln, South Australia, ARY News reported.

Speaking about the diving experience along with the trophy, Tait said “just like playing in the World Cup, today was a once in a lifetime opportunity to get up close and personal with some Great White Sharks and take the Trophy along for the ride.”

The ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy 2015 will remain in Australia for three month long tour providing fans the opportunity to get their photo taken with the trophy.

The upcoming World Cup 2015, to be co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand will be started from February 13.



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