Media accreditation process opens for ICC Cricket World Cup QualifierFebruary 10th, 2009 - 5:58 pm ICT by ANI
Dubai, Feb.10 (ANI): The accreditation process for all members of the media intending to cover the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier (CWCQ) is now open.
Members of the media who wish to carry out their work at the event are urged to submit their applications before the close of business on Friday 20 February 2009 (Dubai time).
The tournament will see the worlds top 12 Associate and Affiliate teams compete at nine venues in 19 days from 1 to 19 April. Three of the nine grounds at Benoni, Potchefstroom and Centurion are ODI-accredited venues.
For organisational purposes, all media representatives intending to cover the CWCQ 2009 must apply for accreditation. Please reply as soon as possible by email to Lucy Benjamin ( email@example.com ) with the following information:
Name and job title
Organisation (please clarify if it is a newspaper, magazine, radio, television or a website)
Matches intended to cover
A passport-style photograph in jpeg form
A full match schedule for the tournament is available at www.icc-cricket.com .
In due course, journalists will be informed about the status of their application. Please note that it may be necessary to provide proof of identification as a working journalist and a letter of authorisation from the editor or sports editor of your organisation.(ANI)
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