Cricket Travel InsurancePlaying a casual game of cricket is covered under all of the international travel insurance policies.
Cover for cricket
Travel Insurance saver automatically includes medical coverage for cricket related injuries on all of our international travel insurance policies. If you are in one of the many Commonwealth countries around the world and decide you fancy a game of cricket, play uninhibited with travel insurance saver coverage.
Sport of the commonwealth
Cricket a refined and popular sport played the world over by nations of the proud commonwealth. Over the years, cricket has taken many forms – the classic test match played over a number of days, sometimes up to five.
The kind of cricket you are likely to play though might resemble something like backyard cricket, or a hit at the nets. Whatever your style, you should feel secure while you play.
A good casual game
Travel Insurance Saver will provide coverage for all your cricketing needs while you are overseas. It is important to note that you will not receive coverage for any games in an official league, any games that require registration or any games that receive monetary reward.
The medical coverage only extends to include casual games of cricket, while they may resemble something close to the real thing i.e. pads, gloves wickets; they must still be unofficial matches conducted between compatriots.
When you search online for travel insurance, you are going to find a lot of options to compare from. To make sure you have the best coverage for your holiday, and to include cricket as part of your coverage, choose the right travel insurance policy.
Medical cover for cricket abroad
While cricket is a non-contact sport, people can still become injured while playing. The game involves running, swinging a large bat traditionally made from willow wood, and the ‘bowling’ of a red ball down a pitch towards the batsmen.
There have actually been a relatively high number of recorded fatalities in relation to the playing of cricket.
Usually this is because the ball used for cricket is quite hard and dense, made of cork and leather, and thrown at speed, the ball can cause serious injury.
That is why it is always important while playing cricket it is important to wear the right protective clothing, especially if you are using a cricket ball. Cricket balls when they strike the head can be fatal.
If you play cricket without the right protective clothing, your medical coverage will be at risk. You do not have to use a cricket ball when you play cricket though, a tennis ball will suffice, and is much safer.
If you are playing backyard cricket, an Australian favourite which you should introduce to the rest of the world when you travel, you are likely to be using a tennis ball and a cheap bat.
The stumps are likely to be a wheelie bin, and the outfield players absent. Whenever you travel, whatever games you play, travel insurance a must for that peace of mind that is worth every penny.
The pennies themselves will not be exorbitant in number, travel insurance is completely affordable and worth it.
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