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Sri Lankan cricket team to wear ‘eco-friendly’ jersey in 12th ICC World Cup

The 12th edition of the Cricket World Cup is knocking at the door. Sri Lankan Cricket Board unveiled their eco-friendly Cricket World Cup kit on 3rd May which is made from recycled plastic sea waste from the Sri Lankan coast with the help of the Sri Lankan Navy to drive an important concept of environmental conservation.

Sri Lankan cricket team eco friendly jersey
Figure: Sri Lanka unveiled ‘eco-friendly’ playing kit for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

This time a tremendous change in Sri Lankan jersey design has been seen. The new design includes three turtles in the sea (light blue) heading to the beach (yellow) to raise awareness of the fight against ocean pollution and the jersey looks glamorous as ever.

MAS Holdings, the Official Clothing Sponsor of Sri Lanka Cricket, have recycled plastic sea waste from the Sri Lankan coast with the help of the Sri Lankan Navy to produce the Team Jerseys.

Sri Lankan cricket eco friendly jersey

“Through the Ocean Plastics products launched for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, we are delighted to have brought innovation and sustainability together, to establish a new global benchmark for performance wear,” said Shirendra Lawrence, Chief Operating Officer of MAS Holdings.

For MAS Holdings, one of world’s most recognized design to delivery solution providers in the realm of the apparel and textile manufacturing, this partnership is a continuation of its long-term commitment shown to Sri Lanka Cricket.

Sri Lanka will kick start its World Cup campaign on the 1st of June against New Zealand in Cardiff.

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