Kit manufacturer Canterbury’s European trading arm has gone into administration, resulting in the collapse of kit sponsorship deals with both Glasgow Warriors and the national side. Edinburgh kit is supplied by Rhino, so they should be unaffected. Canterbury and the SRU were due to unveil a new away (or “change”) strip this week, so I guess we will never see what the new shirt would have looked like. The parent company Canterbury of New Zealand remains unaffected, so it is possible that the national side’s deal may be revived with them given it is still a pretty high profile team. Glasgow will be on the hunt for a new kit provider though.
- Matto on Glasgow Bring Their Top Guns Back "Talking of men against boys - Edinburgh's scrum was just minced by Munster. It's frustrating,..." 24 Sep, 6:01pm
- Highland Bear on Glasgow Bring Their Top Guns Back "Men against boys up front in the first half. Agree that the back row was..." 24 Sep, 2:01pm
- john martin on Glasgow Bring Their Top Guns Back "Hugely physical game, Glasgow really missed Favaro/Fusaro (a proper 7) and Josh Strauss. (Brown should've..." 24 Sep, 11:39am
- Matto on Glasgow Bring Their Top Guns Back "Agree that Ulster deserved the win. It was a real stramash of a game. The..." 24 Sep, 10:54am
- pragmatic optomist on Glasgow Bring Their Top Guns Back "Have to agree with you Bulldog. Ulster deserved their win and were the best team..." 24 Sep, 10:37am