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    November 8, 2021

Wales Netball and Celtic Dragons Extend Partnership with O’Neills

Wales Netball and Celtic Dragons are excited to announce an extension deal with O’Neills as the official teamwear partner for a further 12 months; taking the biggest commercial deal in the sports history in Wales, through until September 2023

 

The relationship with O’Neills has gone from strength to strength and a deal extension has been agreed, ensuring that Wales and Celtic Dragons continue to be supplied with high quality performance apparel, as we prepare for the Vitality Netball Superleague, qualification for Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham, and the World Cup in 2023

 

Susie Robertson, UK General Manager at O’Neills said “We are delighted to have been in a position to extend our partnership with Celtic Dragons and Wales Netball beyond 2022. They have been an absolute pleasure to work alongside for the past three years and we hope to further develop our close working relationship in the years to come.”

 

Wales Netball CEO Sarah Jones said “We have built a great relationship with O’Neills over the last few years. The quality of the kit is superb, and also their customer service has been exceptional. One of the key elements to the deal extension is that of a shared vision to raise awareness of the brand and netball to reach new audiences. O’Neills have understood and shared our vision to grow the game and inspire success, and they have been and will continue to play a critical and important role in helping achieve that ambition.”

 

We look forward to continuing our great work with O’Neills.

 

To buy the New Celtic Dragons kit for the 2022 season, click the link below and visit the new Celtic Dragons O’Neills shop!

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