Gray-Nicolls will continue as Northamptonshire’s Official Teamwear Partner after signing a new long-term agreement with the Club.

The extended partnership sees Gray-Nicolls supply the performance, pathway and development squads with playing and training apparel – as well as offering junior players and members access to their leading range of equipment.

Head of Sales at Grays International Luke Gray said: “we are delighted to have extended our agreement with Northamptonshire County Cricket Club and can’t wait for the season to start”.

“We have enjoyed working with the club over the last few seasons and share their bold vision for the future.

“As a cricket brand we are devoted to developing the sport, both at professional and grass roots level, and having a club performing at the top of the national game is paramount to this strategy.”

The 2022 season saw the launch of a brand-new range of training gear and Northamptonshire have worked with Gray-Nicolls to ensure the new kit is more sustainable and has a positive impact on the environment.

Items from the Gray-Nicolls Solar range worn by the players use recycled materials, with all recyclable or biodegradable packaging.

“It’s great to have a world-renowned cricket brand continue to supply our teamwear, ensuring we only provide the best quality kit to the players, coaches and supporters” Northamptonshire County Cricket Club’s Commercial Manager Daniel Vernon said.

“The new training kit looks fantastic, to have a product that our own players can endorse is brilliant and I very much look forward to continuing our relationship for years to come.”

Alongside the expanded partnership with Gray-Nicolls, Speed One Sports will also continue to act as facilitator for the Club.

“I’m delighted to be working with Speed One Sports again, they really help bring this partnership to life and they’re brilliant at what they do.” Vernon said.

“To be able to have a partner that looks after all of the logistics as well as our retail product offerings is immensely valuable.”