Chadlington Brewery Renew Oxfordshire Cricket Sponsorship
Oxfordshire Cricket are delighted to announce that Chadlington Brewery has renewed its agreement to continue as the Official Shirt Sponsor of Oxfordshire’s NCCA and Senior Men’s teams for a further three years.
This new deal is an extension of our current agreement, which has seen the two organisations work together for over four years to date. The sponsorship deal sees the release of Chadlington Brewery’s popular Oxfordshire Cricket branded beer ‘1787’, branded in honour of Oxfordshire Cricket, the first county cricket club in the country having been founded over 230 years ago.
With the deal now in place, it will allow Oxfordshire cricket clubs to become the focal point of their community and village, being able to stock the exclusive beer, as well as affiliated teams benefitting from reduced prices. Another benefit of the newly announced partnership, is it enables Oxfordshire Cricket to continue developing the sport throughout the county, whether it be projects in the local community, supporting clubs, or continuing to produce elite level cricketers.
Every Chadlington pint sold in Oxfordshire cricket clubs, puts money back into cricket in the County.
Tim Haworth, Finance Manager at Oxfordshire Cricket said:
“I have worked with Jason over a number of years now and this partnership extension is wonderful news for cricket in our County. His great enthusiasm for our sport, is reflected by Chadlington Brewery’s decision to support us and I hope, in turn, that our cricket players & supporters, throughout Oxfordshire, will be keen to reciprocate that support, when ordering drinks at their club bars.”
Jason Chipchase, Managing Director at Chadlington Brewery said:
“I am genuinely energised to be renewing our partnership with Oxfordshire Cricket. It has been a tremendously difficult period recently for all aspects of our lives, but it looks like cricket is returning at all levels and ages, and we look forward to supporting the team at OCB making cricket the sport of choice in the summers to come.”