Monday’s Daily Deal Round-Up: Munster’s Shannon deal and more

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Monday’s Daily Deal Round-Up: Munster’s Shannon deal and more

Rugby: Irish rugby union side Munster Rugby have agreed a three-year deal to make Shannon Airport their official airport partner. The deal will see the Shannon logo appear on the team's shorts in the Pro14, which is contested by elite club sides from Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Italy, and includes two entries from South Africa for the first time this year.

More rugby: Recently relegated second-tier English rugby union side Bristol Rugby have renewed their sponsorship deal with Integral UK for another two seasons. The building maintenance solutions firm's logo will appear on the sleeve of Bristol's playing jerseys in all Championship games.

Also in rugby: Top-tier English rugby league club Wigan Warriors have signed a sponsorship deal with Shearings. The travel company's logo will appear on the back of the team's playing shirts for the 2018 Super League season.

Multiple sports: Samoa will host the 2019 Pacific Games. Tonga had been set to stage the multi-sport event but withdrew in May after its government decided it could not meet the financial obligations.

Basketball: German basketball team FC Bayern Basketball has brought in coffee retailer Emilo as a second-tier sponsor until the end of the 2020/21 Easycredit Basketball Bundesliga season. The four-year deal is reported by Sponsors.de to be worth a low six-figure sum.

Swimming: Japanese brand Swans has agreed a two-year deal with World Para Swimming to supply blackened goggles for visually impaired athletes competing in the S/SB/SM 11 classes.

Horse racing: Australia's Victoria Racing Club (VRC) has agreed a two-year radio broadcast deal with ARN. The partnership will see the KIIS 101.1 and GOLD104.3 stations air horse racing coverage and run entertainment programmes at the 2017 and 2018 Melbourne Cup Carnivals.

Table tennis: Bookmaker 12Bet has agreed a deal with the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) to sponsor the 2018 Team World Cup event, which will be played at the Copper Box Arena in London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park from 22nd to 25th February.