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Brandix to provide golf stars with distinctive T shirts
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Feb '08
A quartet of top Sri Lankan golfers leaves for Bangladesh this week on a quest to annex the Dhaka Open trophy dressed to win by the national team's first clothing sponsor Brandix.

The two-member Sri Lanka Women's Team comprising of Niloo Jayatilake and the Holy Family Convent student Dhanushi Senadhira and their male counterparts Tissa Chandradasa and Mithun Perera take on the region's best in Dhaka attired in distinctive new Sri Lanka team T shirts provided by the country's largest apparel exporter.

As the national golf team's Clothing Sponsor for 2008, Brandix will provide Sri Lanka's high-flying golf stars with distinctive T shirts in four colours, Red, White and two shades of blue in a demonstration of support to the game which has scaled new heights in recent years.

Welcoming Brandix's support to the team, Niloo Jayatilake, the reigning Pakistan Ladies National Amateur Champion said: “It is very encouraging to have an organisation of the calibre of Brandix as a sponsor of the national team. This is a great start to 2008 for Sri Lanka's golfers.”

Brandix Chairman Ken Balendra said: “We consider it a privilege to support Sri Lanka Golf, which has emerged as a force to be reckoned with in the region. Brandix already has a significant presence in India and Bangladesh, and we are proud to be associated with the achievements of our golfing stars.”

The Sri Lanka Golf Union is to send players during the year to Pakistan, Malaysia and Singapore to name a few, and the women's team of Niloo Jayatilake and Dhanushi Senadhira is scheduled to take wing to Japan in May 2008 to represent Sri Lanka at the Asia Pacific Ladies Invitational Team Championship, the 30th Queen Sirikit Cup.

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