English Premiership club Leicester Tigers have inked a new deal with Samurai Sports that will see the latter replace Kukri Sports as the club’s official kit partners. Kukri originally came on board as Tigers’ uniform partners at the beginning of the 2017/18 season on a two year deal, which was later extended by a year till the end of the 19/20 season.
Samurai have now signed a three year contract to replace Kukri beginning July 1, 2020. The deal will be for the 2020/21, 2021/22 and 2022/23 seasons.
Samurai already outfit both Exeter Chiefs and Sale Sharks- teams that are currently 1 and 2 in the Premiership Rugby table at the time of writing.
Premiership Rugby club London Irish have officially unveiled their new St.Patricks jersey that they will wear in their upcoming league clash against Northampton Saints on 28 March, 2020. The special strip has been made by BLK and designed by South African based LIRFC fan Jean-Luc Pienaar (from Stellenbosch, near Cape Town).
This St Patricks Party fixture will be Irish’s last at the Madjeski Stadium before they shift to Brentford in the 2020/21 season. Northampton were the first opposition club for this fixture when it began back in 2001. Continue reading
This is the new Catalans Dragons third shirt 2020, the new uniform to be worn by French rugby league club Catalan Dragons for their Challenge Cup fixtures and certain SL games. The new black kit has been made by O’Neills and was officially unveiled by the Super League outfit on 27 February, 2020.
The likes of Sam Tomkins and his team mates are here seen modelling this black Catalan Dragons kit. Continue reading
France remained on course for their first Six Nations triumph in ten years after beating Wales 27-23 in a thrilling encounter in Cardiff. Les Bleus had last beaten Wales away in 2010- also the year of their last 6N triumph, and this famous victory has kept the possibility of a Grand Slam alive for Fabian Galthie’s men. Continue reading
These are the new Wallabies RWC jerseys 2019, the Australian national rugby union team’s new home and alternate shirts for the Rugby World Cup. The Wallabies are in Group D for the event alongside Fiji, Wales, Georgia and Uruguay.
Both kits have been made by Asics- the green and gold jersey is the home one (modelled by flyhalf Bernard Foley and skipper Michael Hooper in the pics below), but there is also an Indigenous away kit, here seen modelled by Kurtley Beale, that the Wallabies will wear when they take on Uruguay on October 5. Continue reading