VIDEO: Temple Boys Cpt Thrill Crowd at 2023 ICC Women's T20 World Cup Match
- The ongoing 2023 ICC Women's T20 World Cup has proven to be a spectacular success
- The crowds have enthusiastically turned out in Cape Town, Paarl and Gqeberha
- Those who were present at Boland Park Stadium were thrilled when Tik Tok sensations Temple Boys Cpt performed before a match
The off-field entertainment during the current 2023 ICC Women's T20 World Cup has proven to be just as good as the on-field action.
Various musical acts have displayed their talents to spectators and viewers at home in between the cricket itself.
The most popular one proved to be gqomkaans group, Temple Boys Cpt, who rocked the crowd at Boland Park Cricket Stadium in Paarl. The hip-hop group, renowned for rapping in Afrikaans, performed ahead of the encounter between the West Indies and Pakistan (which the former won).
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The spectators, a majority of them youngsters, were delirious in their response to Temple Pilots Cpt, helping to raise their profile across the country.
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The crowds have filled out stadiums across the country for the first time in nearly three years since the start of the Covid-19 lockdown in March 2020. St. George's Park in Gqeberha is easily the country's liveliest ground in South Africa, and it did not disappoint during a recent match between Sunrisers Eastern Cape Town and Paarl Royals.
The spectators, joined by the world-famous band, belted out a popular nameless tune towards the end of the match that Royals eventually won by five wickets. This rendition thrilled commentators Darren Sammy, Mpumelelo Mbangwa and Ashwell Prince in the commentary booth.
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