Everest Premier League has named Bajaj Pulsar as its title sponsor for the Everest Premier League T20 Cricket competition, which kicks off on September 25th at the Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground in Kathmandu.
The tournament’s name will be Bajaj Pulsar Everest Premier League. Six franchisees owned by Nepal’s most powerful businesspeople compete during a 14-day period. Biratnagar Warriors, Kathmandu Kings XI, Pokhara Rhinos, Lalitpur Patriots, Chitwan Tigers, and Bhairahawa Gladiators are the names of the teams.
When world-class cricketers take to the field, the competition will definitely heat up. Shahid Afridi (Pakistan), Shoaib Malik (Pakistan), and Carlos Brathwaite are among the stars of the Bajaj Pulsar Everest Premier League 2021. (West Indies).
“Bajaj Pulsar has always been the darling of Nepali youth in recent years,” said Mr Shekhar Golchha, Chairman of Golchha Group. Cricket has also become a popular pastime among Nepalese youth. As a result, we have agreed to be the title sponsor of Nepal’s premier cricket competition, EPL. We have always supported sports in Nepal and have sponsored sports prizes for many years. This alliance will undoubtedly aid in the development of additional high-quality players from across the country, and hopefully, new recruits for the national team as well. “Bajaj Pulsar is and will stay committed to the growth of sports in Nepal,” said Mr Amir Akhtar, Managing Director, EPL. “EPL has been able to attract significant attention from Cricket lovers in Nepal and abroad, and as a result in the marketing arena as well, since its inception.” We have always made certain that the brand with which EPL is associated is highly esteemed and sought-after, just like EPL. Bajaj epitomises quality, and we at EPL are constantly aiming for excellence. As EPL’s title sponsor, I couldn’t have wished for a finer partner, and I hope that this collaboration brings a lot of success and delight to all stakeholders.
Bajaj Pulsar is always happy to help Nepalese cricket. This organisation will aid in the promotion of the game in the country by providing opportunities to young cricketers. The competition, which is immensely popular in Nepal, allows young players to compete alongside international talent, which will enhance Nepali cricket greatly.