Canterbury Rugby League is delighted to confirm an extension to its current agreement with leading sports apparel provider, ISC.

The partnership sees ISC locked in as CRL’s official apparel supplier and sponsor for an additional two years, continuing a collaboration that began in 2019 until at least the end of 2025.

“The decision from Canterbury Rugby League’s perspective was an easy one: the feedback received from the stakeholders that matter – the players and volunteers who wear ISC’s kit – confirms the apparel is high-quality, functional, smart, and very comfortable,” CRL CEO Malcolm Humm said.

“Additionally, the level of service Canterbury Rugby League has received from ISC since 2019 has been outstanding in terms of quality, consistency and timeframes being met.”

ISC Sport CCO James Hadenham was similarly enthusiastic about the continuation of the agreement.

“ISC are thrilled to continue our long-standing relationship with Canterbury Rugby League for a further two years,” Hadenham stated.

“The partnership has grown year on year and has been crucial in our development and commitment to the rugby league community. We look forward to watching the next generation of representative players proudly wearing their colours.”

Canterbury Bulls’ Jimmy Wihongi.
Otago Whalers v Canterbury Bulls Rugby League Premiership match at Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, New Zealand on Sunday 17th September 2023.
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ISC is also set to continue as naming rights sponsor for CRL’s premier reserves competition, which will be known as the ISC Canterbury Cup for the fourth consecutive season in 2024.

CRL enthusiastically acknowledges ISC’s commitment to rugby league in our region, delivering quality apparel and top-shelf service, as well as supporting the grassroots game through sponsorship.

2023 Canterbury Bulls Season LaunchNgai Puna Wai, Christchurch, New Zealand15/08/2023
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