The West Indies cricket team captain Jason Holder achieved a brilliant 4 wicket victory on Sunday against the England team. Not only is the Caribbean squad having great time on-field in England but they do get some takers on the commercial pitch.
The West Indies team and Cricket West Indies (CWI) have announced a new partnership with Lifebuoy, the world’s best selling hygiene soap, for their ongoing Sandals Tour of England, after announcing a new kit partnership deal last week. Last Wednesday, July 8, the series started as West Indies met England in the opening match at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton.
Lifebuoy would partner with the West Indies by supplying the entire touring party with hand hygiene products. The brand will also capture content to help motivate fans around the world to improve their hygiene behaviour with the squad to help by hygiene champion the cause of better health.
CWI is pleased to announce this new partnership with Lifebuoy where West Indies cricketers will deliver engaging and fun content as part of strict hygiene and health enhancement missions. The West Indies are loved and followed all over the world and look forward to joining forces with Lifebuoy to enhance hygiene behaviour as fans from across the globe tune in to follow this historic test series.
The England Tour of West Indies consists of a tri-match Test Series, played behind closed doors. The RaisetheBat Series is part of the concluding 2021 ICC World Test Championship. The First Test starts on July 8 at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton before the second (July 16-20) and the third (July 24-28) test will be played at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester. Players were quarantined and entered a ‘biosecure zone’ ahead of the matches, with daily temperature tests and COVID-19 monitoring. live cricket score