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Black and white deal adds colour for Jersey Reds

Black and white deal adds colour for Jersey Reds

Wednesday 25 January 2023

Black and white deal adds colour for Jersey Reds

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Jersey Reds have secured an extended sponsorship deal agreed with Investec Private Banking.

The deal sees the covered terraces behind the posts at the eastern end of the pitch remain branded as the ‘Investec End' for three years, helping to support the team as they continue their challenge at the top of the second tier of English rugby. ‌

The championship side continues to perform strongly under the stewardship of coach Harvey Biljon and flies the Jersey flag all over the British Isles as an ambassador for the Island. ‌

Investec has a long legacy of supporting competitive sport at all levels, from grass roots rugby to professionals at the very top of their game. ‌

Robin Clayton, Director of Investec Asset Finance said "We are absolutely thrilled to have agreed this deal with Jersey Reds, which will benefit players, staff and of course the thousands of home and visiting fans who turn out to watch matches at St Peter in all weather. Jersey Reds epitomise everything that is great about the Channel Islands - professional, competitive, and full of spirit to tackle challenges. Investec believes that sport contributes to our cultural, physical, and mental wellbeing and we are delighted to support this outstanding club."

‌ Mark Morgan, Chairman of Jersey Reds added, "Sponsorship is part of the lifeblood of the Club, and we are very grateful to Investec's continued support of the Reds. Jersey rugby has achieved so much through vision, hard work and a sound business strategy. We could not continue to compete at the level we do without both the funding from our sponsors, and their broader support for our objectives as a Club." ‌

Investec supports several sporting and community groups and events across the Channel Islands.

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