FirstAid4Sport and Castleford Tigers have agreed a upon a deal in which FirstAid4Sport become the club’s official medical supplier for the 2020 season.
As well as supplying the club FirstAid4Sport will also be sponsoring the Tigers’ physio team Karl Blenkin and Matt Crowther.
FirstAid4Sport are proud to working alongside the Tigers due to the club having such similar values with Business Development Manager at FirstAid4Sport Catherine Gray commenting on the deal saying;
“Castleford Tigers are an incredible club that hold similar values to us at Firstaid4sport, values such as community, respect and passion. We are incredibly proud to become the Tigers Official sports Medical Supplier for the 2020 season, as well as sponsoring Head Physio Matt Crowther and First Team Physio Karl Blenkin.
“With our products and the knowledge of the Tigers medical team it means we can help in the prevention of injuries and assist in player recovery which is vital to any club’s success. Super League is entering into a new era and being able to support the club in this way is really exciting for all of us at Firstaid4sport. Its going to be an exciting season on and off the pitch.”
Alongside becoming the club’s official medical suppliers FirstAid4Sport are happy to be sponsoring both Matt Crowther and Karl Blenkin. First Team Physio and Head Academy Physio Karl Blenkin is delighted that FirstAid4Sport have joined the Tigers and said;
“I’m delighted to welcome FirstAid4Sport as both the club’s official sports medical supplier and sponsors for myself and Matt for the upcoming year.
“Sports medical equipment is an essential part of everyday life working in a rugby league team whether that be from Super League to grass roots. The club receive lots of interest each year from various suppliers however as a club we felt FirstAid4Sport were able to meet the demands of every team and department of the club to the highest level.
“Whether this be providing elite level strapping and emergency equipment for the use of first team medical department or ensuring our educational, community or youth sessions have the right equipment needed to deal with a situation when it comes their way, ultimately you’re going to get injured at some point playing rugby league and preparation for this is essential.
“Matt and I would like to personally thank Catherine and Michael from FirstAid4Sport for sponsoring us throughout this year. This is the first time the medical department has had an agreement of this type and we very much look forward to working with them throughout the year.”
Community is at the heart of Castleford Tigers and local clubs and teams should keep an eye out for posts from the club and FirstAid4Sport who have kindly put together a package for any club wanting to try out what FirstAid4Sport can offer them!