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The Game 2020 Jerseys/Logos/Sponsorships

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What did it say on Insta? Yeah used to go to the goodfellows factory when it was at St.Peters and pick up a few Sharks things
Didn’t say anything, but the fact every X Blades manufactured jersey was on there kinda gave it away a bit.

They’re located at Peakhurst now, so it’s the same as before when they were at St Peters just less run down.
 

sempmrh

Juniors
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Sharks indigenous jersey is a ripper. I hope that white on black detail on the top half isn't lost on the actual jersey. Credit to the sleeve sponsor for the colour change too.
2020-Sharks_Indigenous-Jersey__06195.1592962784.jpg

https://store.sharks.com.au/search.php?search_query=indigenous&section=product

I rate that.
 

The Marshall

Juniors
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Apparel company ISC’s collapse could cost NRL clubs a combined $8 million

The game’s biggest jersey supplier is in severe financial distress casting a potential $8 million hole in club coffers.

It is understood ISC – which is the official apparel partner and merchandise supplier of eight clubs – is on the verge of financial collapse.

The company has partnerships with last year’s grand finalists Sydney Roosters and Canberra plus a host of other clubs including Parramatta, South Sydney, Wests Tigers, North Queensland and Melbourne.

Clubs and the company have been in negotiations with in recent weeks. The terms of each of these deals are different with some fortunate to have their contracts expiring at the end of the year so the financial impact will not be as significant.

Others were locked into long-term deals.

It is understood at least one club has taken the matter to arbitration. Calls to ISC’s head office were directed to a message bank indicating their office was closed while an email went unanswered.

https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/s...n/news-story/49ff7495a78d79346beb6968c0b9ac09
 

juggalo

Juniors
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Didn’t say anything, but the fact every X Blades manufactured jersey was on there kinda gave it away a bit.

They’re located at Peakhurst now, so it’s the same as before when they were at St Peters just less run down.

Yeah keep forgetting to check out the new shop but since they don’t manufacture for the Sharks anymore then might not be worth it!
 
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Apparel company ISC’s collapse could cost NRL clubs a combined $8 million

The game’s biggest jersey supplier is in severe financial distress casting a potential $8 million hole in club coffers.

It is understood ISC – which is the official apparel partner and merchandise supplier of eight clubs – is on the verge of financial collapse.

The company has partnerships with last year’s grand finalists Sydney Roosters and Canberra plus a host of other clubs including Parramatta, South Sydney, Wests Tigers, North Queensland and Melbourne.

Clubs and the company have been in negotiations with in recent weeks. The terms of each of these deals are different with some fortunate to have their contracts expiring at the end of the year so the financial impact will not be as significant.

Others were locked into long-term deals.

It is understood at least one club has taken the matter to arbitration. Calls to ISC’s head office were directed to a message bank indicating their office was closed while an email went unanswered.

https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/s...n/news-story/49ff7495a78d79346beb6968c0b9ac09

Bring back Westmont!
 

Timmah

LeagueUnlimited News Editor
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Knights to wear their mining jerseys against the cowboys on Saturday and in round 15! There has been no official release but they were wearing it at training so it could be the new design. It could just be a training mining jersey. There’s a couple of subtle differences in the new design.
https://www.newcastleknights.com.au...-pay-tribute-to-works-on-covid-19-front-line/
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"There has been no official release"?

You literally posted a link to their website and the players are clearly wearing it in the photo.
 

It's Been Done

Juniors
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There's been talk about ISC potentially going under since mid last year. While there's been nothing official said, the biggest indication of financial trouble was when they lost Essendon who were on a big contract with them until about 2024 to Under Armour. At the same time Manly and Newcastle also left. There's been rumors about other AFL/NRL clubs leaving ISC soon most notably their two biggest clients, Collingwood and the Brisbane Broncos. If ISC does go under or cuts more clubs from their books, I hope someone like Puma fills in the void in the NRL at least, Dynasty apart from the collars haven't been bad either but please no more Classic
 

Dark Corner

Juniors
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There's been talk about ISC potentially going under since mid last year. While there's been nothing official said, the biggest indication of financial trouble was when they lost Essendon who were on a big contract with them until about 2024 to Under Armour. At the same time Manly and Newcastle also left. There's been rumors about other AFL/NRL clubs leaving ISC soon most notably their two biggest clients, Collingwood and the Brisbane Broncos. If ISC does go under or cuts more clubs from their books, I hope someone like Puma fills in the void in the NRL at least, Dynasty apart from the collars haven't been bad either but please no more Classic
Ain't ISC made in China.
 

Muz Dragon

Juniors
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They’re absolutely getting out of a lot of contracts - they don’t owe anyone money or anything, but they are sitting on a lot of stock (so are the clubs) and have been trying to renegotiate deals where possible. They aren’t going under, just getting away from 20 pro clubs and having five or six.

Anyway in other news a few ex ISC clubs have signed up to UK brand Castore for 2021 - will be interesting to see how that pans out because a cursory glance at their website suggests that they sell hats for $60 and tees for $110.

There's been talk about ISC potentially going under since mid last year. While there's been nothing official said, the biggest indication of financial trouble was when they lost Essendon who were on a big contract with them until about 2024 to Under Armour. At the same time Manly and Newcastle also left. There's been rumors about other AFL/NRL clubs leaving ISC soon most notably their two biggest clients, Collingwood and the Brisbane Broncos. If ISC does go under or cuts more clubs from their books, I hope someone like Puma fills in the void in the NRL at least, Dynasty apart from the collars haven't been bad either but please no more Classic
 

sempmrh

Juniors
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The problem with Canterbury is that every time they hit on a perfect jersey template (good collar, good fit, etc.) they just change it a year later to something worse. I do like the fabric they use for their jerseys, though.
 
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