Australia’s Test captain Pat Cummins on Sunday reminded people of his commitment to the earth on ‘World Environment Day, saying his contribution today can make a big difference.
One Day International Series:-
Cummins, whose next assignment will be a five-match One Day International series against Sri Lanka starting June 14 in Kandy, on Sunday posted an image of him sitting next to an array of solar panels, and tweeted.
“Today is World Environment Day. A big or small initiative towards our environment can make a world of difference (symbol of the earth).”
Cummins fans soon began asking whether ‘cricketforclimate.org’ was the official site for the bowler’s solar initiative.
“Can you please confirm that ‘cricketforclimate.org’ is the official site for your Solar Initiative? Looking forward to getting our local club in Melbourne on board,” wrote one fan.
At the forefront of the fight against Covid-19 in India
The strike bowler of Kolkata Knight Riders is also at the forefront of the fight against Covid-19 in India. In early May this year, amid the rising number of Covid-19 cases in the country, Cummins was spreading the message about the pandemic.
We’re calling upon the COVID-19 frontline warriors to do everything possible to contain the spread of the disease in India.
He was among the first cricketers in the IPL to recognize the gravity of the situation in India when the country was hit by a second wave of pandemics last year.
He reminded Indians of their duty once again on May 7 this year, when he tweeted a picture of him awaiting the delivery of packaged respirators last year,
Many people are facing the effects of covid 19:-
Pat wrote, “Like everyone else, 12 months ago I was (a) severely withdrawn from my second home. Many people in India are coping with the effects of COVID 19 – especially afflicted patients. the severe shortage of available oxygen.
Cummins returned to Australia in the middle of IPL 2022 after suffering a minor hip injury. He appeared in five matches for Kolkata.
where he started the tournament. With a 14-ball half-century, scoring an unbeaten 56 against Mumbai Indians in Pune after registering figures of 2/49.
But poor performance with the ball meant that Cummins did not turn out for Kolkata until. In the return match against Mumbai, scoring 3/22 in a 52-run victory.
Overall, Cummins took seven wickets in five matches of IPL 2022. At an average of 30.28 at an economy rate of 10.68.