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Re: 2024 kits : Sat Oct 21, 2023 7:59 pm  
bonaire wrote:
How much in your opinion would you think the big sponsorship with Castore is?
Do you know how it works?
Castore sponsor a club for say £10000 per year.The club then purchase stock of the ranges so in fact Castore get their money back and more.Thats how they make a profit.
The club then sell the ranges they have purchased and they make a profit.

If you cant do much as you say with hoops then change it.There is nothing to say the club have to produce a shirt with hoops
I will stand by what i said.The design by modern standards is very poor.The home shirt is just blocks added to a basic colour shirt and the away strip from a design point is even worse as its just one block.
If you check the Geometric Tee on the clubs website that is a far better modern design and i would have been happy to see that as the club shirt.
Even the 2024 alternative training range has a bit more of a design to it.


Not got a clue how it works as obviously I’m no match for all your knowledge.There is one thing we are very good at is our merchandise sales…doesn’t matter what the strip is like we can still shift it..at least we have a shop in our main shopping centre unlike the current champions..End of the day,the deal is good and making the club money along with the sponsors so that effectively pi££es on your chips pal.At least I’m honest about why I don’t attend matches…why don’t you man up and say why you don’t you miserable pr!ck
Re: 2024 kits : Tue Oct 24, 2023 5:55 am  
Marcus's Bicycle wrote:
I went to Biggin as well. Before you ask it wasn't me that stole your boots :wink:

Lovely that after all these years we can reminisce about stolen sportswear.

Halcyon days of youthful joy.

Was that game against Riley High, we played Biggin and Ged Dunn was the ref, insisted we called him sir and was very strict , cos if it was I know who nicked 'em, the same lad did a similar thing when we played South Hunsley, got the CID involved and we were all sworn to silence, under pain of a proper good smacking. A lad called Joskin, at the time, and another who shall remain nameless, as he is no longer with us.
Re: 2024 kits : Tue Oct 24, 2023 6:12 am  
GrahamBray wrote:
Was that game against Riley High, we played Biggin and Ged Dunn was the ref, insisted we called him sir and was very strict , cos if it was I know who nicked 'em, the same lad did a similar thing when we played South Hunsley, got the CID involved and we were all sworn to silence, under pain of a proper good smacking. A lad called Joskin, at the time, and another who shall remain nameless, as he is no longer with us.


I played for Riley and I knew Joskin .
Re: 2024 kits : Tue Oct 24, 2023 12:47 pm  
Anybody got their hands on the new gear? I haven't had the chance to have a look in the new store but tend to get a couple bits from the training range. Quality doesn't appear to be much of an issue.
Re: 2024 kits : Tue Oct 24, 2023 1:17 pm  
HU8HFC wrote:
Anybody got their hands on the new gear? I haven't had the chance to have a look in the new store but tend to get a couple bits from the training range. Quality doesn't appear to be much of an issue.


Had look at the weekend, wasn't much of the ranges on display to be honest but I did like the look of the Coaches jacket, the principal zipped hoodie, woven shorts and T shirt and the alternate T shirt. Looks and feels like decent quality too, pricing not too bad though the Coach's jacket is a little pricey at over £90 but again looks like that reflects the quality.

Guess time will tell once the gear starts getting used and worn quite a bit as to how good it is or isn't.
Re: 2024 kits : Tue Oct 24, 2023 1:38 pm  
GrahamBray wrote:
Was that game against Riley High, we played Biggin and Ged Dunn was the ref, insisted we called him sir and was very strict , cos if it was I know who nicked 'em, the same lad did a similar thing when we played South Hunsley, got the CID involved and we were all sworn to silence, under pain of a proper good smacking. A lad called Joskin, at the time, and another who shall remain nameless, as he is no longer with us.


No. Boots were nicked after a games session at Branny High. Ged Dunn was the games master but I'd like to make it clear to his family if they are reading this it couldn't have been him.

The suspect was charged but the CPS had to drop the case due to lack of evidence. My burgeoning RL career ended so I took up snooker instead. Unfortunately I had my cue nicked at Lambwath hall snooker club but that's another story.
Re: 2024 kits : Tue Oct 24, 2023 2:20 pm  
Marcus's Bicycle wrote:
No. Boots were nicked after a games session at Branny High. Ged Dunn was the games master but I'd like to make it clear to his family if they are reading this it couldn't have been him.

The suspect was charged but the CPS had to drop the case due to lack of evidence. My burgeoning RL career ended so I took up snooker instead. Unfortunately I had my cue nicked at Lambwath hall snooker club but that's another story.

If it wasn’t for bad luck, you’d have no luck at all. I stopped leaving my snooker cue at Charleston Club because sign ins used to walk out with them regularly. They even nicked the rubbish darts from behind the bar. Meh, some people.
Re: 2024 kits : Fri Nov 10, 2023 3:15 pm  
Looks like the 3rd kit will be released shortly, black with orange on the sleeves.
Re: 2024 kits : Fri Nov 10, 2023 6:08 pm  
Nice shirt

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Re: 2024 kits : Fri Nov 10, 2023 6:23 pm  
Best of the 3 IMO
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