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London Irish signs kit deal with BLK

Sportswear company BLK has agreed a deal to become the kit provider of English Premiership rugby union club London Irish.

The length of the agreement was not disclosed but the club confirmed it had signed a “long-term deal” with BLK. The deal commences with the 2019-20 season.

The company will provide kit for London Irish’s professional and academy set-ups, as well as the London Irish Foundation, London Irish Amateur club and ladies team.

BLK also provides kit for Pro14 team Connacht (Ireland), as well as the Stormers (South Africa) and Melbourne Rebels (Australia) Super Rugby outfits.

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