Welsh Pro12 outfit Scarlets have inked a new kit deal with Italian manufacturer Macron that will see the latter make kits for the club beginning the 2017/18 season. The deal is for a period of five years (till 2022).
Macron are Scarlets’ fourth kit partner in the last decade. Their current deal is with KooGa and they have also previously had made kits by Rhino Rugby and Burrda.
Macron currently supply kits to both Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh in the Pro12, Northampton Saints in the AVIVA Premiership and the Scottish national team (both 15’s and 7’s) Continue reading
Continuing with our series, where we’ve already listed all released Super League 2017 kits and Championship kits, here are the new jerseys from the third tier of Rugby League Football in England- the Kingstone Press League 1.
The teams participating in RFL League One for 2017 are London Skolars, Toronto Wolfpack, Oxford RLFC, Hemel Stags, Workington Town, Newcastle Thunder, Keighley Cougars, NW Crusaders, Hunslet RLFC, University of Gloucestershire All Golds, SW Ironmen, Whitehaven, Barrow RLFC, York City Knights, Doncaster and Coventry Continue reading
These are the new London Welsh kits 15/16, London Welsh RFC’s new home and away tops for the upcoming season. Made by Rhino Teamwear, the new strips were officially unveiled on September 1, 2015 Continue reading
This is what appears to be the new London Welsh third kit 2014/15, London Welsh RFCs new alternate strip for the European Rugby Challenge Cup. Made by Rhino Teamwear, London Welsh’s new EPCR Challenge Cup shirt was unveiled at the recently held Champions and Challenge Cup Trophy Launches
Matt Corker is here seen modelling the new London Welsh Euro Shirt 14/15. The club have already unveiled their new home and change shirts for the current AVIVA Premiership rugby season. Continue reading
These are the new London Welsh kits 14/15, London Welsh RFC’s new uniforms for the upcoming AVIVA Premiership Rugby season. The new London Welsh 2014/15 jerseys have been made by Rhino Teamwear, who take over from Samurai, and were officially unveiled on 29th August, 2014 by the club.
London Welsh have been on a signing spree this summer and the likes of Piri Weepu and Olly Barkley will be seen wearing these kits this season. They earned promotion to the Premiership after beating Bristol in the Championship playoff final
Welsh’s home kit is on expected lines, with the change kit a striking pink number, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading