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Leicester Tigers extend Kukri deal

English Premiership rugby union club Leicester Tigers has agreed a one-season extension to its deal with kit supplier, UK sportswear company Kukri.

The deal takes in the forthcoming 2019-20 season, with Kukri to produce Leicester’s home and alternate kits as well as a range of training, leisure wear and accessories.

Kukri, who also supply current playing kit for Leicestershire teams including Leicestershire County Cricket Club and Loughborough University, took over from Australian manufacturer Kooga in July 2017.

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