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Batchelors Peas extend backing of English rugby league

Batchelors Peas, a brand of food products manufacturer Princes, has extended its sponsorship of the English Super League and Rugby Football League.

Batchelors Peas began its relationship with rugby league in 2016 and will now receive match-day branding across all Super League grounds and at televised Challenge Cup matches through to the end of the 2021 season.

Batchelors Mushy Peas will continue to offer fans experiences including match tickets, signed merchandise and weekends away in Liverpool, Manchester and further afield in 2019, when the Catalan Dragons take on the Wigan Warriors at Barcelona’s Camp Nou on May 18.

Super League chief executive Robert Elstone, said: “They’ve been a huge supporter of the Betfred Super League since they began their involvement in 2016 and are actively engaging younger consumers which goes hand in hand with our objectives for 2019 and beyond.”

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