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Thunder support global stance against racism | Sydney Thunder


Sydney Thunder’s players decided at a meeting held on the morning of their opening match of WBBL|06 that they would take a knee at all games in support of a global stance against racism.

Thunder captain Rachael Haynes said it was a unanimous decision to make the gesture before the first ball of a match is bowled.

“Essentially, the players have indicated they want us to take a knee in support of the stance against racism,” said Haynes.

“This is a tournament that attracts international players and is viewed all over the world, and we want to show we’re absolutely committed in our stance against racism.” 



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