The Sri Lankan team is in talks with field cricket in recent times, more than the issue outside the field. England's captain for the World Cup has been announced by Dimuth Karunaratne, who has not played any ODI for the last four years. Due to fitness issues, Angelo Mathews and Lasith Malinga were dropped from the squad, but Dinesh Chandimal was dropped. In such negative negotiations, the team's official jersey was unveiled two days ago for the 2019 World Cup. Since the publication of the jersey of the group is going to be a great deal.
But Sri Lanka's World Cup jersey has come in for a positive result. From the design of the jersey, the country has replaced the national symbol of lion and has replaced the turtle. The use of jersey has been used as waste as a waste of plastic in the sea. Many people visit the seaside island every year as tourists. Plenty of plastic is left as a waste in the country's oceans. That is why there are many incidents of Tortoise death in Sri Lanka. Marine biodiversity has also been threatened.
As part of raising awareness of these issues, Sri Lanka has presented World Cup jiris in a completely different way. An organization named 'MAS Holding', which is sponsored by the Sri Lankan Cricket Board to produce all jerseys. The chief executive officer of the company, Sheerendra Lawrence, expressed satisfaction over this year's World Cup jersey and said that the jersey of the 2019 World Cup has been created using the plastic waste of the sea. We are satisfied by inventing such jerseys. It is making a new horizon in making jerseys. '
Recently the Sri Lankan Navy operates plastic waste removal operations from the sea. Awareness campaign is also being organized in plastic recycling. At that time, the initiative to create environmental awareness in the World Cup Junkies in Sri Lanka was appreciated all over the world.