Glamorgan Cricket has unveiled its brand-new white-ball training kit for the 2021 season.
Designed by Masuri, the kit combines the club’s traditional colours with a contemporary, new look.
The funky training wear is sponsored by long-term partner, Orchard, the club’s ‘Official Event & Media Partner,’ whose logo adorns the front of the top.
Glamorgan’s players and coaches will wear the new kits in practice for both the Royal London Cup and Vitality Blast competitions later this summer.
Head of Commercial, Huw Warren, said: “After the successful design of the Royal London Cup shirt, we tasked Masuri to be even more creative with our white-ball training kit and that’s something they’ve really delivered on.
“It’s given our training kit a bold, fresh look which the players absolutely love and reflects the way we want to play our white-ball cricket.
“I’d also like to thank Orchard for their continued support. They have been a fantastic partner and offer Glamorgan first-class assistance across their wide range of services.”
Orchard have been involved with Glamorgan Cricket for over six years, managing events and providing film and media services at the club. Orchard also provides a range of creative communications services to clients in Wales and across the world, from Welsh Government to Principality Building Society and Johnson & Johnson, Aston Martin and Qatar Airways to Nando’s.
Orchard Marketing Manager Emma Wordley said: "We have had a great relationship with Glamorgan Cricket over the past few years and are excited to see that partnership develop further with a highly visible presence.
“As one of Wales’ largest creative agencies, and proud supporters of Welsh sport, we are only too happy to play our part in the future of the county.”
In addition to their support for Glamorgan Cricket, Orchard has also backed the Welsh Premier Women’s League for the past five years. In the sporting arena, Orchard manages the match day for all FAW international men’s and women’s games, provides technical support for WRU internationals at the Principality Stadium, makes sports documentaries for BBC and S4C, and has worked with UEFA over several years on the Champions League Final.