Media Release

OPL T20 Managements commits to “Cricket is Fun” tournament!

Begins League Logo and Colours ReviewDraft designs of the new logo released to the public for comment and input. League seeking increased community participation as league announces plans to engage several experts in delivering a much bigger and entertaining event in 2013

Toronto 21 Nov 2012

“OPL T20 (2013) will be a much bigger and more entertaining domestic cricket event that Canada has ever seen!”, announced Ranjit Saini, Founder and CEO of Saini Synergy Inc, the event management company engaged in delivering OPL T20.

In an email to core group of volunteers, stake holders and staffs that are engaged in the planning activities of the OPL T20,  he further said “2012 was our first year and many things were done ….something’s looked well individually but didn`t work well with others things …as such 2013 is now time for adjustments and synchronisation….”

Draft designs for the new logo have been sent for review to many stake holders, released on the Facebook page as well. The league colours will be reviewed as well. Efforts to have OPL’s own music composed are underway in Mumbai, India. League is also considering engaging a star brand ambassador to help with its image building and marketing strategy.

The league structure is being revised that will ensure equal and transparent opportunity for new and emerging players to show case their talent. The league has advertised on its website for new support management personnel to farther strengthen its delivery of an efficient and effective tournament.

“The website is going through major changes to support league’s objectives of providing year round “Cricket is Fun” experience”, said Saini.

“2012 was a massive success as more than 780,000 website hits were recorded. In one of the match days there were more than 53,000 hits…We were successful in delivering quality cricket at the viewer’s convenience. In the coming years…we want to build upon and increase participation by the cricket lovers in the ground as well…” said Saini while outlining challenges and plans for the league in 2013.