Notts Agree Kit Supply
Deal With MKK
Featured News | 8th March 2012
Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club have signed a two-year kit supply deal with MKK Sports.
The Sussex based team-wear suppliers were established by former England cricketer James Kirtley in 2004 and also supply kit to Surrey, Middlesex, Sussex and Worcestershire.
As part of the deal, Nottinghamshire will launch three new match shirts in 2012 in addition to a training and leisure range.
“Having another first class county cricket sides on board is very exciting news for MKK,” said Kirtley.
“I’m very happy to be working with Nottinghamshire because I have special playing memories of Trent Bridge.
“I’m looking forward to working with the team and helping to enhance their performance in the summer.”
Nottinghamshire captain Chris Read and new signings James Taylor and Michael Lumb attended a photography shoot at Nottingham Castle to launch new Clydesdale Bank 40 and LV= County Championship match shirts.
All items in the retail range will be available to pre-order from the club’s official website from Monday 19th March.