Indian presence in Caribbean Premier League

| August 3, 2013
Archiman Bhaduri for CaribDirect

Staff Writer – Archi

In West Indies Cricket news, the Board of Control For Cricket (BCCI) might have not allowed its players to be part of the inaugural edition of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL), but there still remains a Indian presence in the T20 tournament.

Indian-based apparel and manufacturing company TK Sports Private Limited is providing the team apparel and protective gear to all the six franchises of the CPL.

TK is a leading global sports apparel and equipment brand with a major presence in Europe since 1984, and have supplied clothing and gear to sports teams around the world across all sporting disciplines, including the cash-rich Indian Premier League’s Sahara Pune Warriors and Kings XI Punjab.

The company will be providing the full range of kit for all six teams from practice jerseys and uniforms to gloves, helmets and pads, according to media reports.

“TK Sports India is pleased to have been chosen as the kit supplier for the Limacol Caribbean Premier League,” said managing director Rajan Kohli.

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Dr-Ramroop-and-Damien-O’Donohoe on right. Photo courtesy www.kaieteurnewsonline.com

CPL’s chief executive officer Damien O’Donohoe said, “After much consideration, we selected TK Sports India and we are confident that they will meet the CPL requirements that we have given them.”

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