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Warwickshire signs new kit partner

English County Championship cricket club Warwickshire has entered into a partnership with sporting goods manufacturer PlayerLayer.

The initial year-long deal names PlayerLayer as Warwickshire’s official kit partner for the 2017 season.

The company will supply playing and training kit for all Warwickshire and Birmingham Bears teams, as well as a range of replica kit, as part of the agreement.

Gareth Roberts, commercial director at Warwickshire, said: “As part of this initial one-year term, PlayerLayer will retain the designs of our 2016 Warwickshire and Birmingham Bears playing kits, but unveil a new look T20 training range ahead of the new season. We’re looking forward to working with the PlayerLayer team.”

PlayerLayer was selected to be Warwickshire’s new sportswear partner following its acquisition of the club’s previous supplier, MKK.

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