Cricket Scotland has signed a five-year agreement with Surridge, which will see the Burnley-based manufacturer become Scotland's official kit supplier.
From 1st January 2011, Surridge will supply all casual, training and teamwear to Scotland sides from age-group right up to the senior team, which recently reached the final of the ICC Intercontinental Cup in Dubai.
Suridge designed the shirts worn by Scotland in the 2007 World Cup in the Caribbean and the ICC World Twenty20 event in South Africa.
Charles Lord of Surridge commented: "I am delighted to agree a new five-year deal with Cricket Scotland. We previously enjoyed an excellent relationship from 2003-2008 and I am happy to say good relationships last a lifetime. At Surridge, we have a very clear plan to supply quality cricket teamwear and equipment throughout Scotland."
Roddy Smith, chief executive at Cricket Scotland, stated: "We are delighted to welcome Surridge back again as our official teamwear partner. They are market leaders in the competitive world of cricket teamwear and I am sure will produce some fantastic kit over the next five years. Our technical staff were hugely impressed by the quality of Surridge’s new performance teamwear, and we look forward to working with them to design the new Saltires kit ahead of the 2011 season."
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