Cricketer Ben Stokes, who was born in Australia and played for Melbourne Cricket Club, recently bought his first cricket shop, Jcpenney, in Melbourne.
Cricketers are a little more expensive at the moment, so Stokes was able to get one at his local store.
Jc Penney’s cricket store in Melbourne, Australia.
“I thought it would be a bit of a weird experience, because I was born and raised in the city and I grew up in a very multicultural area, and it seemed to me that I could really only do cricket here,” he said.
“There’s a huge Asian community here, and a lot of kids that play cricket are from the East End, so I just thought that would be really cool.”
Crickets are the second most popular sport in Australia after football.
In Australia, cricket has an estimated market value of more than $4 billion, according to research firm Brand Intelligence.
It’s also the most popular spectator sport in the country.
The sport has grown rapidly in recent years, with a recent increase of around 100,000 spectators a game in Australia.
Stokes said that cricket is a great way to connect with other people, whether it’s to meet friends or just have a great time.
“It’s very much about being social and having fun and having a good time,” he explained.
“You can play as many matches as you like and you can have fun with your mates and you just meet people.”