Water specialist Hydralyte has signed on as the official hydration partner of the Sydney Sixers. Making a splash at the T20 Big Bash League, Hydralyte will provide a range of bottled drinks, powder sachets and electrolyte ice blocks to keep the cricket players cool during the games. The players tried out the products on Tuesday in a match against an SCG XI at Drummoyne Oval and the ice blocks were favoured. The Big Bash starts on 20 December and features city-based, privately-owned teams. Sixers general manager Dom Remond said the players enjoyed the product and were happy to have the company on board. “It’s been a win–win.” Aussie cricketing legend Brett Lee is pictured above getting hydrated.
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