Tri-series for tiger conservation at SJCE from July 10 to 13

 Series will involve Mysuru Warriors, Belagaavi Panthers along with Hutt Hawks Cricket Club from Wellington, New Zealand

Cycle Pure Agarbathies has announced its support to Tiger Conservation by launching the “Cycle Pure Agarbathies’ Tri-series for Tiger Conservation”.

 The T20 tri-series will involve two KPL franchise sides – Mysuru Warriors and Belagaavi Panthers along with Hutt Hawks, a Cricket Club from Wellington, New Zealand. The series will be played from July 10 to 13, 2016, at the SJCE Grounds, Mysuru.

The series will witness the three teams playing to leverage the love for cricket to bring about awareness and encourage sustained efforts to protect the tiger. It also renders an opportunity to the KPL teams to prepare for the upcoming season of the Karnataka Premier League.

The series has been scheduled on a round-robin format, with the three teams taking on each other twice in the league stage, and the top two teams at the end of the league stage competing in the final scheduled on July 13.

Speaking about the association, Arjun Ranga, Managing Director, Cycle Pure Agarbathies said:  “Giving back to society is a way of life at Cycle Pure Agarbathies. Even through our manufacturing initiatives, we have always worked towards making a positive impact on the society and eco-system that we live in. The association with this series is a natural progression of our commitment towards sustainable development.”

“It will be a good experience for aspiring cricketers. I am looking forward to the tri-series,” said Pravceen Dubey, a player from Belagaavi Panthers. The series is important not only because it offers the established players a chance to warm-up for the ensuing edition of the KPL, but also because it provides aspiring cricketers a golden opportunity to audition and showcase their talent.

Suchith J of Mysuru Warriors said: “I am looking forward to the tri-series. Also, it will be a great opportunity for aspiring youngsters to get to understand what it takes to play against international sides.”

Dane Hutchinson of Hutt Hawks says, “We are very glad to be touring India in July. I have grown up watching lot of Indian cricket and was looking forward to opportunities playing in India. It’s a great opportunity in Mysuru for us to test our skills against a very talented and formidable KPL franchises.”

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