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5th April 2022 News

DAFABET announced as principal T20 shirt sponsor

Durham Cricket is delighted to unveil the new-look Vitality Blast shirt for the 2022 season, with Dafabet announced as the new principal T20 shirt sponsor for the next three seasons.

Sticking with the club’s yellow and blue branding, Lions claws have been added to the shirt which is now available to pre-order now online at the club shop [click here]

 The kit has been officially revealed by David Bedingham, Brydon Carse and Graham Clark at this week’s media day, with Durham set to wear the shirt for the first time in 8 weeks’ time when we take on Leicestershire Foxes at the County Ground for our opening game of the Blast season.

Global betting company Dafabet have continued their partnership with Durham Cricket and are now the front and back shirt sponsors of our 2022 Vitality Blast kit, further supporting the club this summer.

 Dafabet’s Head of Sponsorship, John Cruces, said: “Cricket has been one of our fastest international growing sports in recent years with the T20 format being so popular.

“Therefore, to further develop our partnership with Durham Cricket and put our brand in the eyes of cricket followers worldwide is something we are very proud of.

“Durham Cricket is a club steeped in tradition with players known across the globe and we are really excited to develop our partnership ahead of this summer.”

Durham Cricket Sales Director, Tom Seymour, said: “We’re delighted to launch our new Vitality Blast shirt for this campaign with Dafabet announced as our Vitality Blast T20 shirt sponsor. 

“We look forward to working with this exciting company over the next three years, as we continue to work together, bringing success on and off the pitch.”

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