Mobil Lubricants Fuels the 139th Royal-Thomian Battle of the Blues | Sunday Observer

Mobil Lubricants Fuels the 139th Royal-Thomian Battle of the Blues

From left to right: Dinesh Jayawardana, Group Joint Managing Director - McLarens Group, Rev. Marc Billimoria, Warden of S. Thomas’ College, Mount Lavinia, B A Abeyrathna, Principal, Royal College, Colombo and Dilan Seneviratne, Head of Marketing - McLarens Lubricants Limited.
From left to right: Dinesh Jayawardana, Group Joint Managing Director - McLarens Group, Rev. Marc Billimoria, Warden of S. Thomas’ College, Mount Lavinia, B A Abeyrathna, Principal, Royal College, Colombo and Dilan Seneviratne, Head of Marketing - McLarens Lubricants Limited.

The world’s leading synthetic motor oil, Mobil Lubricants, came forward as the Official Lubricants Partner of the 139th Royal-Thomian cricket encounter, taking place from the 8th to the 10th of March 2018 at the SSC Grounds in Colombo.

The Royal-Thomian has a rich and colourful history being recorded as the “second longest uninterrupted cricket series” played in the world. Mobil extends its sponsorship, to this encounter, which also happens to be the island’s oldest inter-school cricket ‘Big Match’ - in order to fuel the journeys of young, budding cricketers taking part in the event. Commenting on the sponsorship, Head of Marketing for McLarens Lubricants Limited, sole agents for Mobil Lubricants in Sri Lanka, stated “we are excited to be partnering with an event so rich in history and a sport that flows in the veins of every Sri Lankan.” He further went on to say, “we believe that the Battle of the Blues have redefined the entire concept of what an inter-school cricket match is by building it up to the large-scale sporting event that it is today.”

ExxonMobil is the world’s largest publicly traded international oil and gas company, which operates facilities and markets products in most countries in the world and explores oil and gas in 6 continents. McLarens Lubricants, sole agents for Mobil Lubricants in Sri Lanka, is part of the McLarens Group, one of the country’s progressive conglomerates driving business sectors in areas such as shipping and marine services, logistics, lubricants and automotive distribution, trading, manufacturing, hotel services and property development.

 

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