Sponsors & Partners

 

Valero Energy (Cricket Wales West)

Valero is well known across the South West of Wales after acquiring the Pembroke Refinery in 2011 and it remains one of the largest refineries in Western Europe, contributing an approximate £75.6 million a year to the Welsh economy alone. In the renewable fuels business, they continually demonstrate a strong commitment to protecting the environment with industry-leading safety records and sustained efforts to reduce emissions.

Valero are currently CWW's front of shirt partner through to the end of the 2023 season - https://www.valero.com/ 

 

Route Media (Cricket Wales North)

With offices in Cardiff and Wrexham, Route lead the way in developing static and mobile products that reach target audiences using engaging and dynamic content across roadside LED screens, digital vans, bikes and walking billboards. Route’s partners range from national sport stadiums and international airports to local charities and independent organisations. They have also worked with the likes of Wrexham FC, Cardiff University, Watches of Wales and Nathaniel Cars. Route’s expert brand experience creates memorable campaigns that captures attention and turns the heads of the public.

https://www.routemedia.co.uk/about-route

Dragon Signs (Cricket Wales East)

Over the last 3 decades Dragon Signs has been leading the way as a signage provider across England and Wales, working with the likes of The Football Association of Wales, Cardiff Blues, Travis Perkins, Leicester Tigers, Cardiff Airport, The Royal Mint and Worcester Warriors to name a few. In 2019 they signed a six year partnership with Glamorgan CCC as the club’s official signage provider, with their latest support of cricket in Wales further highlighting their support and commitment to cricket across the country.

Dragon signs are CWE's front of shirt sponsor for the 2022 and 2023 seasons - https://www.dragonsigns.com/ 

 

CoinCover (Cricket Wales South) 

Since its forming in 2018, South Wales based company CoinCover has quickly established itself as one of the world leaders where it comes to setting standards for cryptocurrency where security is concerned. They have worked extensively with the UK Government, businesses listed across the NASDAQ stock exchange, law enforcement and armed forces to develop sector leading solutions within the ever evolving world of digital technology. Last year alone they checked and validated more than $10 billion worth of crypto transactions. 

CoinCover are the front of shirt sponsor for CWS for the 2022 season. 

https://www.coincover.com/ 

 

Cathedral School Llandaff

The school, which caters for 800 day pupils between the ages of 3-18 has established itself as one of the leading academic institutions across Wales, with education inspectorate Estyn rating it as excellent in all five inspection areas. It has a strong sporting profile and has produced a number of youngsters that have gone on to represent CWE and Wales at County Age Group level over the last decade. The School currently accommodates CWE for part of its winter programme, whilst also assuming hosting duties for a variety of external cricket provision including Glamorgan CCC 2nd XI, the MCC, Cardiff UCCE.

CSL are CWE's sleeve sponsor until the end of 2023 - https://www.cathedral-school.co.uk/ 

 

Hutchinson Thomas Solicitors

With offices in Swansea and Neath the firm has an enviable reputation for providing its clients with the highest quality legal representation in its various fields of specialism. It was the first law firm in Wales to achieve the Law Society mark of excellence, and many of its lawyers are consistently recognised in the “Legal 500” publication -  the UK wide benchmark for evaluating law firm performance - as leading individuals in their field. Former Cricket Wales chair Roger Morris is one of sixteen partners at the firm and is currently acting as the Head of the firm’s Corporate and Commercial team.

Hutchinson Thomas are CWS' rear of shirt sponsor for 2022 - https://hutchinsonthomas.com/ 

 

CGI 

CGI are one of the largest IT and business consulting firms in the world, providing industry and technology expertise to maximise returns on investments through an insights-led and customer centred approach. With 77,500 consultants and other professionals across the globe, the organisation currently boasts 21 offices in the UK alone, 4 of which reside in Wales and 3 of which are based in Bridgend. CGI has worked with the Welsh Government in recent years to design an open architecture based on open standards, with the application now in the Welsh Government Azure tenancy. 

CGI are CWS' sleeve sponsor for the 2022 season - https://www.cgi.com/en 

 

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