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RCB players to don green jerseys against RR on April 15. Credit: Web

Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper Virat Kohli and his boys will wear the green jersey against Rajasthan Royals on April 15 in the forthcoming season of Indian Premier League.

Meanwhile, they will don the green jersey as a part of the ‘Go Green’ initiative.

Also, this ‘Go Green’ initiative happens every year where RCB skipper presents a small plant to the opposition captain. Also, the names of the players on the jerseys get replaced by their Twitter handles.

Meanwhile, RCB announced the news during their tie-up announcement with Nuvoco Vistas Corp Ltd. They are now the principal partner of the franchise based team.

Further, they will occupy the sole position in the back of the jersey with their brand Duraguard Cement.

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Support the green initiative:

Chief of sales marketing and innovation of Nuvoco Vistas Corp Ltd, Madhumita Basu said they supported the cause and saluted RCB’s consistency. Meanwhile, Duraguard Cement is also available in Green bags.

We also support the green initiative, and this year the match will be on April 15,” Basu said. “We salute RCB’s sustainability approach of playing one game each season with a green jersey made of recycled plastic. Incidentally, Duraguard Cement is also available in Green bags,” she added.

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Meanwhile, she was happy to join RCB as their principal partner.

We are proud and delighted to be associated as principal partner with a dynamic and unique team like RCB. Their style of play is quite innovative, and the squad is dynamic and charismatic with players like AB de Villiers, Yuzvendra Chahal, Umesh Yadav; not to mention skipper Virat Kohli,” she added.

Meanwhile, Bangalore will start their IPL season 11 campaign against Kolkata Knight Riders on April 8.

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