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Rajasthan Royals partners with APIS Honey for Indian Premier League 2020

Rajasthan Royals have partnered with APIS Honey for the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020), scheduled to begin on September in the United Arab Emirates

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IANS  |  New Delhi 

Rajasthan Royals player Ben Stroke during the practice session ahead the IPL match against Kings XI Punjab in Jaipur. File photo: PTI
Rajasthan Royals player Ben Stroke during the practice session ahead the IPL match against Kings XI Punjab in Jaipur. File photo: PTI

have partnered with APIS Honey for the upcoming edition of the (IPL), scheduled to begin on September in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

APIS Honey comes in as the leading headgear partner for Its logo will be sported throughout the IPL by leading cricketing names from around the world, said a statement.

"As a sportsperson staying healthy and fit is imperative and honey is a really important ingredient for that in our everyday lives," Royals batsman Robin Uthappa said.

"Today, given the situation, health is the topmost priority for almost everyone. Having APIS in the Royals family is brilliant and more importantly, it sends out an important message surrounding health and the need to embrace a healthy life, not just for people involved in sport but for every individual. It's good to sport a brand which is involved in the promotion of health and using the medium to good effect," said the veteran batsman.

The 2020 IPL is to start from September 19 in the UAE, but the BCCI has still not released the match schedule.

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First Published: Thu, September 03 2020. 21:50 IST