Wednesday’s Daily Deal round-up: Rugby, cricket and more

A selection of industry deals.

23 November 2016 Adam Nelson
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Rugby: Online betting company SportPesa has been named as the new shirt sponsor of Kenya's national rugby sevens team. The bookmaker replaces KQ as the primary partner of the Singapore Sevens-winning team.

Netball: Collingwood's newly formed netball team has landed a major sponsorship deal with Australian pharmacy chain Chemist Warehouse. The company already sponsors Collingwood's Australian Football League (AFL) side and has now confirmed a multi-million dollar five-year agreement with the nascent netball outfit.

Cricket: Financial services body NCB Cayman has signed a sponsorship agreement with Cayman Cricket to support the growth and development of the sport in the British Overseas Territory.

Motorsport: Global logistics company DHL will sponsor the 2017 Race of Champions. The event, which takes place in Miami's Marlins Park, pits top drivers from Formula One, Nascar, IndyCar, Le Mans, MotoGP, World Rally and the X Games against one another. DHL Express will cater for the annual contest's logistical requirements.

Multiple sports: creative services company Kojo has renewed its agreement with the Adelaide Oval for a further five years. Kojo will continue to drive fan experiences and engagement across all sporting codes and entertainment events at the venue.

Tennis: Italian tennis player Fabio Fognini has penned a deal with Veneto-based sportswear manufacturer Hydrogren, leaving his previous agreement with Adidas.

Multiple sports: Australia will host a two-test International Rules Series in November 2017. The series sees players from the Australian Football League (AFL) and Ireland's Gaelic Athletics Association (GAA) face-off. Ireland will host a return series in 2019.

Golf: PGA Tour golfer John Peterson has signed with Wasserman for representation, leaving his previous agency, Blue Giraffe Sports.

Martial arts: The International Wushu Federation (IWF) has renewed its sponsorship agreement with Fujian Wesing Sports. The Chinese company will continue to serve as the body's equipment supplier.

Rugby: Online betting company SportPesa has been named as the new shirt sponsor of Kenya's national rugby sevens team. The bookmaker replaces KQ as the primary partner of the Singapore Sevens-winning team.

Netball: Collingwood's newly formed netball team has landed a major sponsorship deal with Australian pharmacy chain Chemist Warehouse. The company already sponsors Collingwood's Australian Football League (AFL) side and has now confirmed a multi-million dollar five-year agreement with the nascent netball outfit.

Cricket: Financial services body NCB Cayman has signed a sponsorship agreement with Cayman Cricket to support the growth and development of the sport in the British Overseas Territory.

Motorsport: Global logistics company DHL will sponsor the 2017 Race of Champions. The event, which takes place in Miami's Marlins Park, pits top drivers from Formula One, Nascar, IndyCar, Le Mans, MotoGP, World Rally and the X Games against one another. DHL Express will cater for the annual contest's logistical requirements.

Multiple sports: creative services company Kojo has renewed its agreement with the Adelaide Oval for a further five years. Kojo will continue to drive fan experiences and engagement across all sporting codes and entertainment events at the venue.

Tennis: Italian tennis player Fabio Fognini has penned a deal with Veneto-based sportswear manufacturer Hydrogren, leaving his previous agreement with Adidas.

Multiple sports: Australia will host a two-test International Rules Series in November 2017. The series sees players from the Australian Football League (AFL) and Ireland's Gaelic Athletics Association (GAA) face-off. Ireland will host a return series in 2019.

Golf: PGA Tour golfer John Peterson has signed with Wasserman for representation, leaving his previous agency, Blue Giraffe Sports.

Martial arts: The International Wushu Federation (IWF) has renewed its sponsorship agreement with Fujian Wesing Sports. The Chinese company will continue to serve as the body's equipment supplier.