Cricket Express backs up local cricket clubs

Wednesday September 10, 2014 Written by Cook Islands Cricket Published in Cricket
The AERO sponsored members of the national women’s cricket team celebrate success at their recent international tournament.  14090907 The AERO sponsored members of the national women’s cricket team celebrate success at their recent international tournament. 14090907

Buying a new team kit or upgrading parts of an old one just got a whole lot more affordable for cricket clubs in the Cook Islands.

Philip Bradley, owner of AERO Sports and long-time sponsor of the local national women’s team is also part owner and CEO of Cricket Express - New Zealand’s largest cricket retailer.
Bradley was recently on Rarotonga for an annual sponsorship meeting and while here Bradley took in the women’s CIPL final and met with the national women’s players. According to Cook Islands Cricket’s CEO Alister Stevic, Bradley was so impressed by the dedication and level of commitment exhibited by the players that he wanted to help clubs develop further by providing access to quality and affordable cricket equipment.  Stevic said this was an exciting opportunity for clubs, and that having affordable access to equipment that lasts longer and performs better will have an impact on the ability of cricketers.
The deal sees 10 per cent and 20 per cent off cricket equipment including big name brands like Nike, Reebok, AERO, Slazenger, Kookaburra and many others.
Clubs can access the offer via the Cricket Express website.  

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