Monday’s Daily Deal round-up: English Test hosts and more

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Monday’s Daily Deal round-up: English Test hosts and more

Cricket: English cricket club Lancashire CCC have signed a two-year sponsorship deal with Brown Shipley, which will become their official wealth management partner. Brown Shipley will put its name to a hospitality suite at the team's Emirates Old Trafford home in Manchester, which will host the fourth Test match between England and South Africa from Friday.

Also in cricket: Elsewhere in English cricket, Abacus Lighting has agreed a partnership with Edgbaston Stadium, home of Warwickshire CCC and the Birmingham Bears T20 team. The deal will see Abacus service and maintain the floodlights at the ground, which will stage England's first ever day-night Test match when West Indies visit in August.

Ice hockey: German ice hockey team Augsburger Panther have agreed a partnership with Aha, ending a five-year search for a new lead sponsor. The interior design company's logo will appear on the front of the team's playing jerseys for ten German Ice Hockey League (DEL) games, and on the shoulder of the jersey for the rest of the upcoming season, in a deal valued by Sponsors.de at €200,000 (US$235,000).

Soccer: Telecoms group MTN has become the new shirt sponsor of Uganda Premier League soccer champions Kampala Capital City Authority FC in a three-year deal worth UGX1.29 billion (US$360,000).

Also in soccer: Second-tier English soccer club Norwich City have renewed their partnership with coffee supplier Green Farm Coffee for the next five seasons. The NVCS-owned brand's product will now be available in all matchday kiosks at the Championship side's Carrow Road home.