Kent RO Systems Limited Sign as New Sponsors for West Indies tour to Afghanistan and India 2019
Cricket West Indies (CWI) today announced a new sponsorship partnership with Kent RO Systems Limited for the current West Indies men’s tour of India.
The Indian health care company and market leader in the water purification category will have their logo displayed on the right breast of the West Indies One-Day International (ODI) and T20 International (T20I) playing jersey starting with the third ODI against Afghanistan on Monday, November 11 and lasting until the third ODI against India on December 22.
Kent’s Mineral RO Water Purifiers logo will feature on the West Indies jersey for the final game in the three-match ODI Series against Afghanistan on Monday in Lucknow continuing into the three match T20 International Series. The sponsorship will continue after the Test match against Afghanistan for three T20Is and three ODIs in December against India.
This partnership continues the association with CWI and Kent RO Systems following their recent sponsorship of the “Extra Innings” segment on the Sony Ten cricket broadcast during the India tour to the Caribbean in August 2019.
CWI Commercial and Marketing Director, Dominic Warne, said: “We are delighted to welcome Kent RO Systems as a partner of the West Indies men’s team for their tours in India. It’s an exciting time for partners to come on board as this talented West Indies men’s team under their new leadership have just secured their first ODI Series win in over five years. It’s going to be an action-packed tour and with the love that Indian fans have for West Indies cricket, we know it is going to be a great partnership with Kent RO Systems.”
Kent RO Systems’ Chairman and Managing Director, Dr. Mahesh Gupta, added: “Kent is delighted to sponsor the West Indies cricket team for their tour to India and Afghanistan. Kent has presence of its products on a world-wide basis and there are many fans of West Indies cricket and they would love to see the Kent logo on their jersey.”
West Indies are the reigning ICC World T20 champions having won the title in India in spectacular fashion in 2016 and are scheduled to defend their title next October in Australia.
West Indies v Afghanistan
November 6: 1st ODI – Ekana International Cricket Stadium – WEST INDIES won by 47 runs
November 9: 2nd ODI – Ekana International Cricket Stadium – WEST INDIES won by 7 wickets
November 11: 3rd ODI – Ekana International Cricket Stadium
November 14: 1st T20I– Ekana International Cricket Stadium
November 16: 2nd T20I – Ekana International Cricket Stadium
November 17: 3rd T20I – Ekana International Cricket Stadium
November 20-23: four-day warm-up – Ekana International Cricket Stadium
November 27 to December 1: Test Match – Ekana International Cricket Stadium
West Indies v India
December 6: 1st T20I – Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
December 8: 2nd T20I – Greenfield International Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram
December 11: 3rd T20I – Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Hyderabad
December 15: 1st ODI – M.A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai
December 18: 2nd ODI – Dr Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Stadium, Visakhapatnam
December 22: 3rd ODI – Barabati Stadium, Cuttack
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