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Warrington Wolves launch new kit and announce new sponsor


WARRINGTON Wolves have launched their new kit and announced One Energy as its new official club sponsor for the 2018 season.

The kit was launched tonight exclusively for club members.

Meanwhile One Energy, renowned in the industry for organising the provisions of gas and electricity to a variety of businesses across the country, will see its logo emblazoned across the Wire home and away first-team shirts for the 2018 season.

This latest partnership announcement completes the club’s kit sponsors for the 2018 season alongside: Peckforton Castle, Protectmyincome.com, Muse Developments, JWS Drylining Ltd, Matrix Networks, Total Steelwork and Fabrication Ltd, Warrington Fabrications and University of Chester

Adrian Francis, original director and current consultant to One Energy, said: “Working and socialising in Warrington, and home to the majority of my family and friends, I have always believed that if you are able to give to the community then you should do this where your heart is.

“I have always had a keen interest in sport, and am proud to be even the smallest bit connected to the team at Warrington Wolves. As a father of five I think it’s most important for the next generation to experience the same level if not exceeding the level of Rugby League that I have enjoyed watching in our home town. I am more than proud and hugely excited to be supporting Warrington Wolves.”

Wolves’ chief executive Karl Fitzpatrick added: “I am absolutely delighted to welcome our new official club sponsor One Energy into the Wolves’ family of commercial partners. One Energy is another great Warrington commercial success story and as such is the perfect partner for us – I am sure this marks the beginning of a long and mutually rewarding partnership between our respective organisations.

“On behalf of the club, I would also like to take this opportunity to thank all new and existing kit partners for their support and investment in a new era at the club.”

Ben Currie and Stefan Ratchford model the new home and away kits


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