This is the new Leigh Centurions home shirt 2017, newly promoted Super League outfit Leigh RL’s new home strip for the upcoming SL season. Made by Kukri and here seen modelled by skipper Mickey Higham, the new kit was unveiled on November 24, 2016.
Leigh won promotion to the 2017 Super League season from the Championship Continue reading →
This is the new Ulster European kit 2016/17, Ulster Rugby’s new third shirt for the 16/17 European Rugby Champions Cup tournament. Made by Kukri, the new Ulster Euro jersey was officially unveiled on August 16, 2016 and will be the only new release from the club this season (both the home and away jersey are one year into a two year cycle and therefore will not be replaced in 2016/17)
The likes of South African backrower Marcell Coetzee and versatile back Charles Piutau are here seen modelling Ulster’s new Champions Cup top Continue reading →
After unveiling their new home kit, Leigh Centurions have followed it up with the release of their new alternate strip. Made by Kukri, the new away kit was officially unveiled on 17 January, 2016 by the RFL Championship outfit Continue reading →
This is the new Leigh Centurions home jersey 2016, Leigh’s new home kit for the 2016 Kingstone Press Championship season. Made by Kukri Sports, the new Leigh RL home shirt was officially unveiled on 20 November, 2015.
The shirt has a new major sponsor in AB Sundecks and has the Lancashire Red Rose sublimated into the design. Continue reading →
Here is a nifty little post where you can see RWC 2015 shirts for all 20 participating nations. We’ve also compiled some additional stats regarding kit manufacturers. Nine different companies have made uniforms for RWC 2015. Continue reading →
These are the new Ulster rugby kits 15/16, Ulster’s new home and away tops for the upcoming Pro 12 season. Made by Kukri, the new Ulster rugby shirts were officially unveiled at the Kingspan Stadium on July 30, 2015.
The likes of Rory Best, Andrew Trimble and Tommy Bowe were present at the launch event.
The home shirt remains in Ulster’s traditional colours of white, red and black while the away kit will be blue (cyan) with green trim on the shorts and socks. The strips have a new front of the jersey sponsor in Kingspan, with BT Sport appearing on the sleeves and Go Power on the back. Continue reading →