London Irish extend two partnership deals

London Irish has confirmed an extension to their partnership with Foxhills Club & Resort.

Foxhills offers locals and visitors a place to escape in Surrey – an oasis of tranquillity with the 19th century Manor House at the heart of the popular club and resort, which is the home to two Championship golf courses.

London Irish Rugby Chairman, Kieran McCarthy welcomed the extension to the agreement, commenting: “This is the seventh season of this partnership and it continues to go from strength-to-strength. Foxhills is a fantastic club, one of the best resorts in Britain, and we’re delighted with the continued alliance.”

Sally Raith-Riches, Group Director of Sales, added: “It’s the ideal partnership for us. At Foxhills Club & Resort, we have plenty in common with a Club of the history and stature of London Irish to provide sporting opportunity for all and some memorable leisure opportunities to enjoy with family and friends. We look forward to a mutually beneficial partnership and playing a small part in their continued success on the pitch.”

Thames Materials Ltd will also re-join London Irish’s commercial family for the 2021/22 season.

The London-based construction company, who were on the Club’s portfolio back in the 2017/18 campaign, return as an Elite Partner, with their logo featuring on the back of the jersey for the upcoming season.

Thames Materials Ltd is a London based company which has been trading since 1995. The company’s core business is the removal, transfer and recycling of construction waste materials and the supply of primary and recycled aggregates.

London Irish CEO, Mark Bensted, welcomed their return to the Club, commenting: “I’m delighted to welcome Thames Materials back as an Elite Partner. There’s no doubt our move back to London has played a major role in their return and we’re excited about working together next season.”

Martin Clarke, MD of Thames Materials Limited, said: “TML is pleased to be back with London Irish for the 2021 / 22 season. We were delighted to see our local Premiership club return to west London last year and we’re very proud to be part of the team supporting them in this new chapter in the capital.”

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