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Manipal Education and Medical Group acquires team in Legends League Cricket

The new season of the tournament will begin on September 16 with India Maharajas taking on World Giants at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.

Manipal Education and Medical Group (MEMG) have acquired a franchise in Legends League Cricket (LLC), the T20 cricket league that features retired cricketers.

After Adani Group and GMR Group, MEMG becomes the third entity to acquire a team in the competition.

Through its subsidiaries, MEMG offers educational and healthcare services in India and around the world. For over six decades, MEMG has provided world-class education successfully and has achieved significantly in different fields.

Dr Ranjan Pai, Chairman of the Manipal Education and Medical Group, said, “We are extremely excited on this partnership with Legends Cricket League. This association with a sport that’s loved by every Indian will enable us to reach out and positively impact the lives of fellow Indians to realize their dreams through World-class education and Health care services besides ensuring financial protection of Hospitalisation through Health Insurance.

“Cricket connects with every age group in India and plays an indispensable role in the lives of people. It is not a mere sport but a religion that binds people together. We look forward to great seasons ahead and hope to make an impact on this ground as well.”

Vivek Khushalani, Founder & Chairman, Legends League Cricket, commented, “We are happy to onboard Manipal Group as our third franchise. Cricket in our country binds everyone. Associating with the cricketing legends will help the brand even more. We are looking forward to a great association with them.”

Recently, the tournament also inked a collaboration with the online sports news hub, Skyexch.net.

The new season of the tournament will begin on September 16 with India Maharajas taking on World Giants at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. The former Indian captain and President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Sourav Ganguly will lead the Maharajas and on the other hand, Eoin Morgan will captain the Giants. The competition will have its final taking place on October 5.

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