Wednesday’s Daily Deal round-up: New phone for Fakhar Zaman and more

Industry deals from across the wide world of sport.

Wednesday’s Daily Deal round-up: New phone for Fakhar Zaman and more

Cricket: Pakistani cricket star Fakhar Zaman has become a brand ambassador for South Korean electronics manufacturer Samsung. The batsman will appear on promotions for the Samsung Galaxy J7 Core phone in his native Pakistan.

College sports: Coverage of the New Mexico State Aggies, the football team of New Mexico State University, will be available to residents of El Paso, Texas on Fox Sports 1380 AM for the next three years after the college reached an agreement with iHeartMedia.

Handball: Erotic goods company Orion has extended its premium partnership with German handball side SG Flensburg for a further season. Orion has also stepped up its financial commitment to the team, according to Sponsors.de, with the renewal worth as much as €75,000 to Flensburg.

Golf: Lagardère Sports has announced the signing of English golfer Alfie Plant to a multi-year management and repesentation deal. The 25-year-old Plant will join Lagardère when he turns professional after this year's Walker Cup.

Rugby: Bristol Audi, the regional Audi dealership for the west country city, has extended its relationship with Bristol Rugby to include the club's women's team. Audi branding will appear on the back of Bristol Ladies' coaching staff's shirts through the 2017/18 Women’s Super Rugby season.

Motorsport: Automotive parts manufacturer Motorcraft will continue as a sponsor of the Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series team Wood Brothers Racing for an 18th consecutive season, after signing up to partner with the team for 14 races in 2018. The company will sponsor Paul Menard's number 21 Ford.

Table tennis: Table Tennis England has confirmed a tie-up with Joola, which will supply balls to all of the governing body's headline domestic events for the 2017/18 season. The Joola Flash 40+ ball will be used at the PG Mutual National Championships as well as all age-level tournaments.