In order to make Test cricket even more exciting, new experiments are constantly being done. The traditional test match was day night, the ball turning from red to pink. Now, a new experiment has started for audiences in Australia. The swimming pool is designed to keep yourself cool while watching the test match in summer.
‘Beach Club’ Is Started For The First Time In Cricket
These days a day-night test match is being played between Australia and New Zealand at the Optus Stadium in Perth. Perth Stadium has tried its best to keep spectators cool even in summer. The pool has been built outside the boundary line to enjoy the match here. This pool is named ‘Boundary Beach Club’. This is probably the first time a pool has been arranged in a cricket match.
Viewers Are Enjoying The Pool Party
The audience looks very happy with this new initiative. They cools himself in the pool during the match, enjoying both the pool and the match together. During this time, facilities for great beverages have been made available for them here.
100 Spectators In Pool Together
This 14 meter pool outside the Perth Ground boundary can have 100 spectators enjoying the match while having fun in the water. According to the organizers, the pool will be cleaned every two hours and two life guards will always be stationed here.
12 Thousand Rupees
If you want to have pool fun at the Boundary Beach Club during the Perth Test match, then for this you have to buy a ticket of 250 Australian dollars (about 12 thousand 217 rupees). In this ticket, you will have two hours of fun in the pool as well as barbecue and drinks for a great lunch.