Kenya Harlequins have entered into a partnership with samurai sports, signing a three-year deal with the sports apparel.
The deal will see Samurai come in as the official matchday, training, & leisurewear kit maker for the Ngong road-based side with immediate effect. The deal also includes TV advertising rights for Samurai at the 6000 capacity- RFUEA grounds which is home to Kenya Harlequins and hosts Kenya Simbas International matches as well the Safari 7s Tournament.
Commenting on the deal, Kenya Harlequins Honorary secretary Stanley Omino expressed his delight in having Samurai on board.
“Kenya Harlequins is delighted to announce a long term kit deal with Samurai Sportswear. As a club, one core priorities is to maximise performance on the pitch and continue building the Kenya Harlequin brand off it. As such we want to provide the best kit the market has to offer to our players as well as quality leisurewear for our fans. Working with Samurai accords us that.” Omino stated.
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Samurai Sportswear CEO Terry Sands on his part said: ” We are proud to welcome Harlequins back to Samurai family. Quins were the first Kenyan club we partnered with eight years ago and it is great to have them back. As one of the premier clubs in Africa with their amazing histories of producing International caps and progressive outlook across the game, we are honoured to have been selected. We look forward to serving their players and staff as well as their famously enthusiastic fans at the RFUEA Ground.”
Quins join Mwamba, Nakuru and Oilers on the list of Kenya Cup clubs that don the Samurai kit.