Parafix Tapes & Conversions Ltd to sponsor Sussex's Royal London One-Day Cup shirt Wednesday 15th March 2017
Sussex Cricket are delighted to announce that they have signed a deal with
Parafix Tapes & Conversions Ltd<http://www.parafix.com/> to be the sponsor
of their Royal London One-Day Cup shirt during the 2017 season.
Parafix is Europe's leading converter of adhesive and flexible materials,
supplying custom components into healthcare, automotive, electronics and
From their state-of-the-art facilities in Sussex and Hungary, Parafix
produce over 250 million die-cuts a year, exported to over 50 countries.
Their name will proudly be displayed on Sussex's new Royal London One-Day
Cup shirt for 2017, as the Sharks begin their quest for a Lord's final. They
will actually begin their 2017 campaign at the Home of Cricket on Thursday
27th April, when Sussex travel to face Middlesex, the first of four away
South Group games.
The Sharks will then return to The 1st Central County Ground to entertain
Somerset on Sunday 30th April. There are also four South Group matches at
home, with Glamorgan and Surrey subsequent visitors to Hove, before the
Sharks head to The Saffrons, Eastbourne for the first time since 2000, where
they will welcome Gloucestershire on Sunday 14th May.
The knockout stages then take place in June and Sussex will have hoped to
have qualified for the latter stages of the competition ahead of the final
at Lord's in July.
Mike Punter, Managing Director of Parafix, said, "We play an active role in
supporting our communities, including our local sports teams. We are
delighted to sponsor the Sussex Royal London One-Day Cup shirt for 2017 and
have high hopes of enjoying a great day at Lord's on the 1st July."
Sussex's Business Relationship Manager Tony Cottey said, "Parafix are a
long-time supporter of Sussex and we are thrilled that they have chosen to
sponsor this season's Royal London One-Day Cup shirt.
"We look forward to welcoming Parafix back to Hove this season when we hope
Sussex will be challenging at the top of the South Group table to be in with
a shout of a Lord's final, which is a highlight of any player's career."