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Times Business Solutions throws its weight behind ICL’s Chennai and Mumbai teams

15-October-2008
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Times Business Solutions throws its weight behind ICL’s Chennai and Mumbai teams

ICL Season-2 got off to an exciting start on October 10 in Hyderabad. Times Business Solutions Ltd has joined the T20 Championships as sponsor for two of the participating teams – Chennai Superstars and Mumbai Champs – under the TimesJobs.com Chennai Superstars and MagicBricks.com Mumbai Champs banners.

R Sundar, CEO, Times Business Solutions, remarked, “In our endeavour to showcase Indian talent to the world, Times Business Solutions has sponsored not one, but two teams for the Indian Cricket League (ICL), which has been formed to spot and encourage cricketing talent in the country.”

The squad of TimesJobs.com Chennai Superstars is coached by Australia’s Michael Bevan and comprises 19 players, including five foreign players. The TimesJobs.com Chennai Superstars lead the win tally, winning both their matches played so far – the first against Dhaka Warriors and the second against Ahmedabad Rockets.

However, MagicBricks.com Mumbai Champs team lost its maiden match of the Championship against Chandigarh Lions by a solitary run. The team is coached by India’s Sandeep Patil.

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Zee Sports, Ten Sports all geared for ICL Season 2; on-ground events high on the cards

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