LONDON: Marylebone Cricket Membership (MCC) has implored spectators at Lord’s to cease firing champagne corks onto the sector of play throughout matches.
Lord’s is the one worldwide cricket floor the place patrons can usher in their very own alcohol and it has turn out to be customary for followers to purpose corks onto the pitch once they open their champagne.
However on the eve of England’s second One-Day Worldwide (ODI) towards Pakistan at Lord’s, the MCC, which owns the bottom, has urged its members to place an finish to the custom.
“In current occasions the follow of some members and different spectators opening bottles of champagne in such a method as to permit corks to be projected onto the outfield has been criticised,” the MCC stated in a publication on Friday.
“Any gadgets that are aimed on the enjoying space might trigger a possible hazard to fieldsmen and this level has been made formally to the membership.
“Lord’s is now the one floor into which members and ticket holders are allowed to convey alcohol, and to ensure that this association to proceed it’s important that each one members, their visitors and different spectators chorus from the apply that has been described.”
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