Tridents are Rock Hard

The Barbados Tridents are now built stronger with Rock Hard Cement.

The dynamic new cement brand has come on board as a major sponsor for the Tridents, Pride of Barbados.

(From left) Robin Singh, Nicholas Pooran and AB de Villiers show off the Rock Hard Cement logo.
(From left) Robin Singh, Nicholas Pooran and AB de Villiers show off the Rock Hard Cement logo.

In confirming their support Mark Maloney, executive chairman, Rock Hard Cement, explained: “Their consistent performance from the inception of this tournament and the pride they instill in us all when they play are but two of the reasons we decided to support the Tridents, Pride of Barbados Team.”

He added, “This team promises to continue Barbados’ rich cricket history and we are all hoping for a win in 2016, our 50th anniversary of independence.”

Rock Hard Cement sales manager Justin Harrison said the Tridents were a very high achieving team with a consistent quality in the CPL T20 series.

“Consistency and high quality are two of the strengths of Rock Hard Cement so it’s a perfect fit!”

The year-long agreement will see the team sport the bright red Rock Hard Cement logo on the chest of the player’s uniforms as well as the tagline “Build Stronger” on their back. In addition Rock Hard Cement will be giving away prizes during the home games and offering some fans special Tridents branded prizes.

Matches being played in Barbados on July 11th vs the Jamaica Tallawahs, July 13th vs St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots, July 16th vs the Trinbago Knight Riders and July 17th vs the St. Lucia Zouks. Tickets are available at Kensington Oval or online at and 

Source: (CPL)

One Response to Tridents are Rock Hard

  1. RC July 5, 2016 at 6:26 pm

    I really admire individuals who are exciting, entrepreneurial, innovative, far-sighted, developmental, proud of their Country, employers, forward thinking, and who go ahead with improving the life styles and income of their family and employees while developing their Country no matter who is running the Government. And now improving Sport.


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