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Barrow Raiders new 2023 shirt design revealed – The Mail

BARROW Raiders’ new shirt design for the 2023 season has been revealed.
The new home kit will feature the Raiders’ traditional blue and white colours, while the away kit is primarily black, with an elegant pink design, and will also feature brand-new main shirt sponsor Steve Woods Ltd for the first time. 
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Barrow Raiders chairman Steve Neale said:
“We are delighted to commemorate the history of the club, with a kit launch that sees our main playing strip based on the 1983 Lancashire Cup-winning strip from 40 years ago. 
“We hope that the return to our traditional design meets favour with our supporters, with the alternate kit providing a more modern version. 
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“The club are most grateful for the continued support of our sponsors, with new sponsor Steve Woods Ltd taking the prime front-of-shirt position and Advanced Roofing and Plastic Centre, Bender UK, Matt Johnson Prestige, Parker Technical Services and Furness Park Motors also featuring.”
“The shirts will go on immediate sale with the first batch due to be delivered in early November.”
Raiders fans can pre-order their new replicas in time for delivery in early November.
Once ready, supporters can either collect their new shirt from the club’s Scott Street shop, or choose our postage option, available for £5.
Credit: www.barrowrlfc.com
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