1. Grand Final Edition OUT NOW:

    The 2020 NRL & NRLW Grand Final edition of The Front Row, our exclusive online e-magazine and match programme for Sunday's Grand Final Day! Also includes Super League Round 17 and 18 squads.

    The Grand Final edition brings you special stories from each camp - Paul Jobber chats with Panthers legend Scott Sattler recounts his famous moment in the sides 2003 title win and looks to the current crop of Penrith players; while Rob Crosby looks at Josh Addo-Carr as he laces up for what could be his final Storm game. Rick Edgerton has a Clive Churchill Medal guide, while Joshua Wells speaks to Brisbane NRLW star Millie Boyle as the Broncos cruise toward a Women's threepeat on Sunday.

    Add to that all the regular features you've come to expect - the programme for both Grand Final Day matches along with teamlists and details for Rounds 17 and 18 of the Super League - and you have one fantastic 32-page magazine for your Grand Final reading!

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2021 Jerseys, Sponsorship, Logos etc

Discussion in 'NRL' started by LeagueUnlimited News, Aug 6, 2020.

  1. Frailty

    Frailty First Grade

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    I don't know about your but this gear would have made the Sharks-Eels game so much better quality.
     
  2. Perth Red

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    No one wants to know about your depraved imagination and sexual fantasies mate.
     
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    Hah, heavy jumpers instead of light breathable fabric, I’m all for nostalgia but that’s just dumb
     
  4. Nqcowboy

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    Luai would have f**ked Nikorimas face up even more
     
  5. axl rose

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    Tigers should have Myers for all the overpriced shit we buy and try to sell.
     
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    Agree to disagree...
     
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    Edit - oops wrong thread
     
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  9. LeagueUnlimited News

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    Bring back Woodgers or Canberra Milk.
     
  11. Diesel

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    Or Vodafone, just to f**k with Telstra or the NRL
     
  12. Reflector

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    Thank f**k

    That Huawei logo is an eyesore that completely ruins what could otherwise be one of the better jerseys in the NRL.
     
  13. Silent Knight

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    Kingsley's Chicken. Unbelievable value, arsesome chips.
     
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    Is it really that bad? It's better integrated than the likes of nib, Neds, Aland or Toyota which are all in boxes... And far from the only red major sponsor logo in the competition.

    Also better integrated than some of their past sponsors like FoneZone, Ozemail, Ansett, CFMEU and even Canberra Milk.

    Never ideal when a major multinational starts to reduce their sponsorship, especially in a market like Canberra where the club has struggled to attract big partners in the past. Really outside of Huwaei, the only other 'major' partners they've had on the front of their kit have been Oracle and Ozemail, with the later coming about because they weren't allowed to sponsor the Roosters.

    At least they are sticking around in some capacity, but wouldn't be surprising if they're completely gone by 2022.
     
  15. shear_joy9

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    better than half the clubs that look like they have had a bumper sticker slapped on them just before the game
     
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    Considering the current geopolitical and economic environment it was kind of inevitable that Huawei would start to pull out.

    Can’t say I’m too upset about it either, the money was good and they truly were great as a sponsor, but at the same time I was never really comfortable with their sponsorship.
     
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  18. Heisenberg

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    That’s interesting
     
  19. Perth Red

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    Whats the deal with jersey manufacturers? Is it simply whoever offers the club the better unit price for jerseys and merch?
     
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    Surprising to see ISC extend a partnership but I feel like perhaps it’s a different deal in some way due to the wording in the article - where they’re extending ‘using our ISC TEAMWEAR PRO model’. Something is different at ISC.
     

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