Hollister Back National Team

Scotland Wheelchair Rugby League have clinched a major shirt sponsorship deal with ostomy and continence care specialises Hollister.

The deal will see the Hollister branding on all national team playing and off-field kit during the European Championship later this month.

‘I am delighted Hollister will be the new strip partner of the Scotland team, which enhances their existing support of Wheelchair Rugby League in Scotland. During the discussions between our Chairperson Elizabeth Ferris and James Macalister Hollister’s representative in Scotland it was clear both organisations shared similar values’ said Jamie Seery, Scotland Head Coach.

Seery added ‘without the support of Hollister not only for the European Championship but also the support they gave in kind during the Celtic Cup fixtures it would have been a very difficult year for Scotland Wheelchair Rugby League’.

Hollister Continence Care Territory Manager. James Macalister;

“During my time with the team I have noticed that the Players and Coaches are dedicated and motivated individuals who come together and collaborate well to make a successful team. On behalf of Hollister and I, It has been a pleasure to work with the Scottish Wheelchair Rugby League team. Good luck for the European WRL Championships!’

The Scotland team will battle against England, Ireland, Wales, and world champions France for the chance to be crowned European Champions during four action-packed days of competition.

It follows Medway’s success hosting the World Cup in 2013 and the Four Nations tournament in 2014, which both attracted big crowds.

For more information or to book your tickets please visit http://www.medway.gov.uk/euros2015



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