WALES RUGBY LEAGUE is delighted to announce Vaughan Davies as its official formal menswear partner for the 2017 Rugby League World Cup.
Mold-based Vaughan Davies, which is one of the UK’s leading independent menswear and ladieswear retailers, has worked with Wales since the last World Cup in 2013.
It has issued suits and shirts for players and backroom staff at previous tournaments and appeared on the playing shirts for a number of years.
Along with official playing kit and training wear provided by new kit supplier Errea, Wales will be supplied with formal menswear by Vaughan Davies during the World Cup.
Wales will face Papua New Guinea, Fiji and Ireland in the group stages of the World Cup, which takes place in the southern hemisphere this autumn.
On the partnership, Wales’ team manager Bob Wilson said: "We are really pleased to have Vaughan Davies on board with us again for the 2017 World Cup.
"Vaughan Davies has been a valuable partner to Wales Rugby League for a number of years now and we appreciate its continued support."
"This is a quality brand, which adds a touch a class, and I know the players and staff certainly enjoy wearing it. We are extremely proud to have Vaughan Davies in our family of partners”
Chris Thair, Wales Rugby League CEO
Vaughan Davies director Martin Jones (left) and WRL CEO Chris Thair (right)
Martin Jones, a director at Vaughan Davies, said: “We are excited to announce our continued support as the official formal menswear supplier to Wales Rugby League in the forthcoming World Cup."
Chris Thair, Wales Rugby League's CEO, said: “We are extremely grateful for the continued support of Vaughan Davies and this additional menswear will be used during civic ceromonies and formal functions before and during the World Cup.
"This is a quality brand, which adds a touch a class, and I know the players and staff certainly enjoy wearing it.
"We are extremely proud to have Vaughan Davies in our family of partners”.
You can visit Vaughan Davies on Wrexham Street in Mold town centre.
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