Fresh off the major announcement of signing former All Blacks Rugby star Sonny Bill Williams, Toronto Wolfpack are excited to announce a partnership with sporting goods manufacturer BLK that will see the global company producing the Wolfpack’s kit range for their historic 2020 Super League campaign.
For several years, the squad have worn a special St Patrick’s Party shirt for the fixture displaying a number of unique designs, with replica jersey’s becoming a collectible item amongst supporters. To mark the final game of its kind in the Thames Valley, London Irish are giving supporters the opportunity to design this season’s St Patrick’s Party shirt.
Johnny Grave, the CEO of Cricket West Indies, said: “We are delighted to welcome BLK as the Official Kit Supplier of all WINDIES teams. In addition to providing all of our team wear, this new partnership forms part of our broader strategy..."
Starting in July 2019, BLK will become the official kit provider of the London Irish professional and Academy set-ups, as well as the London Irish Amateur club and Ladies team.
The Jamaica Rugby Football Union (JRFU) on Monday announced the signing of a two-year technical sponsorship agreement with global sporting apparel manufacturer BLK Sport at the office of the Sports Development Foundation, in Kingston.