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AFL’s Eagles extend with shorts sponsor AGL

AFL Aussie rules football team the West Coast Eagles has renewed its kit sponsorship deal with energy company AGL.

Under the new two-year deal, AGL will continue to serve as the club’s shorts sponsor until the end of the 2020 season.

The company will also continue to benefit from digital and stadium brand exposure, while it will work with the Eagles’ business network to launch and promote its Business Energy Solutions programme.

AGL first became a premier partner of the Eagles in 2017. Eagles midfielder Andrew Gaff also serves as an AGL ambassador as part of the agreement.

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