Shubman Gill Signs Bat Sponsorship Deal with Ceat
Young Indian teenage batsman Shubman Gill has been awarded a bat contract sponsorship with Ceat. It was courtesy some magnificent performances in the U-19 World Cup. His exceptional run in the tournament also gave him a big price in the IPL Auctions.
Gill will be part of the Kolkata Knight Riders set up this year and will definitely look to prove a point in the middle order.
With the endorsement getting final, Gill joins the likes of Rohit Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane, Ishan Kishan and women cricketer Harmanpreet Kaur. It was her sensational knock of 175 in the semi-final of the ICC Women’s World Cup last year which helped Indian colts qualify for the final.
However, they faltered in the final stage losing the final to hosts England by a mere 9 runs.
Now coming back to Gill, he will be seen with a bat displaying CEAT Insignia in all formats and competitions.
“I feel privileged to be part of the CEAT cricketing family, which is home to some of the finest names of Indian Cricket like Rohit Sir and Ajinkya Sir. I look forward to playing a long innings with CEAT!” Shubhman was quoted as saying during a press release.
Gill was the most successful batsman in the U-19 World Cup. Courtesy his brilliance, Shubman was awarded the Player of the tournament.
The youngster was born in Fazika, Punjab. However, he moved from his hometown to Mohali as a young body to work on his game.
He has been a consistent performer ever since 2014. The promising youngster has earned the Best Junior Cricketer in consecutive years from 2013-14 and 2014-15.
Shubman Gill was also awarded the Man of the Series for his performance against the English side in the 2017 U-19 series.
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