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Double deal for Wakefield Trinity Wildcats

English Super League rugby league club Wakefield Trinity Wildcats has entered into a shirt sponsorship deal with Yorkshire-based heating firm Plumbcare.com and has extended an existing kit deal with building chemicals manufacturer Everbuild Building Products.

Under the Plumbcare.com deal, the terms of which were not disclosed, the firm will receive branding placement on the front of the players’ jerseys.

Plumbcare.com will also take part in a range of fan promotions across the club’s media platforms. In addition, the company will support the Wildcats’ various community initiatives.

Wildcats chairman Michael Carter said: “The investment into our club by Plumbcare.com will extend far beyond the usual brand awareness needs of sponsors and we urge everyone to support this partnership.”

The extended deal with Everbuild will run throughout the duration of the 2015 season.

Everbuild, owned by speciality chemicals giant Sika, will continue to receive branding placement on the collar of players’ jerseys.

Everbuild has had a presence on the Wildcats’ jersey for almost a decade.