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Somerset County Cricket Club announce partnership with Cairnhill Structures Ltd

Under the pact, the Cairnhill logo will be displayed on Somerset County Cricket Club's new training wear and around the stadium throughout the coming seasons.

The England and Wales domestic club, Somerset County Cricket Club (SCCC) have announced a two-year commercial partnership with the structural steel fabricators, Cairnhill Structures Ltd.

The deal will see Cairnhill’s branding displayed on the club’s new training wear and around the Cooper Associates County Ground for the next two seasons.

Following the announcement of the partnership, Somerset CCC Commercial Director, Caroline Herbert, said, â€śWe are delighted to have signed this new agreement with Cairnhill Structures. It’s always exciting when we are able to welcome new businesses into the Somerset Cricket Family. The work that Cairnhill are doing locally at Hinkley Point in Somerset shows that they are genuinely dedicated to investing into the future prosperity of the South West, which certainly aligns strongly with our values. Somerset County Cricket Club represents the whole of the region, and we are pleased to be working with businesses who are actively playing their part in helping to boost the local economy.”

Group Managing Director, Steven Hendry from Cairnhill, added, â€śWe are delighted to be partnering with Somerset CCC, the club care so passionately about their local community and this fits perfectly with our shared vision on supporting grass roots sport. We have been made to feel right at home already and looking forward to developing our relationship with Somerset this coming season”

Cairnhill Structures Ltd. is a steel fabrication company based in Coatbridge, Scotland, specializing in providing a complete service for steelworks, from design and engineering to fabrication and installation.

Somerset County Cricket Club, founded in 1875, have been one of the leading first-class county clubs in England. The new season of English domestic cricket kicks off on April 5, and Somerset will be eager to get their County Championship campaign underway with a match against Kent Cricket.

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