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2 hours ago, Damien said:

Well that's one way to ruin a Saints kit.

It doesn't quite work does it. The collar is nasty. I prefer the shallower V to the bad deep V they used this year but it's ben obliterated by the sponsors logo.

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5 minutes ago, M j M said:

It doesn't quite work does it. The collar is nasty. I prefer the shallower V to the bad deep V they used this year but it's ben obliterated by the sponsors logo.

Yep. When I first saw it I thought it must be an Oxen kit then I noticed it was O'Neills, an initial reaction that probably says it all!

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9 hours ago, LeytherRob said:

Front is really nice for both kits, back would look better with only the 1 sponsor above the number. Doesn't look like there is much room for the players names on the back of those

The away shirt hasn’t been officially released, you’re looking at leaked images of the Scholarship/academy shirts so sponsors are different.

Up the Trin 

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On 06/11/2023 at 19:05, Gav Wilson said:

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I like that.

Really hope York have a decent kit this year, it's been a while.

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4 hours ago, Chrispmartha said:

Surely that's too similar to the home shirt?

The home one is predominantly white but the dark blue is on both which i can see  what you mean, Red would have been better and in line with the white home like before.

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2 hours ago, Gav Wilson said:

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Ruined by that sponsor...

Feel sorry for the guy at O'Neills carefully vectoring the St. Helens badge only to find out Home Bargains and Gorilla Glue is going on as is. 

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3 hours ago, PREPOSTEROUS said:

Two shockers from Saints. However lucrative the deal is, Home Bargins just looks awful and screams tinpot. Not a good luck from one of our premier clubs. 

I don’t see what is wrong with the sponsor, they are a huge business who are paying money to go on the front of their shirt. No different to other clubs (except the fact they are actually a big business!)

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27 minutes ago, Odsal Outlaw said:

I don’t see what is wrong with the sponsor, they are a huge business who are paying money to go on the front of their shirt. No different to other clubs (except the fact they are actually a big business!)

It's not the actual sponsor per se for me (Home Bargains is ace, I go in all the time), more the fact that it is enormous and sticks out like a sore thumb on a supposed 'blackout' kit, from a design point of view. 

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28 minutes ago, Odsal Outlaw said:

I don’t see what is wrong with the sponsor, they are a huge business who are paying money to go on the front of their shirt. No different to other clubs (except the fact they are actually a big business!)

 Snobbery is alive and well in Rugby Rugby. I mean businesses are throwing money at rugby clubs. Perhaps if we spent more time on congratulating teams for getting a nationwide business to sponsor them. Instead of looking down our noses at businesses we think aren't acceptable.  

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