Leaders in world-class air conditioning units, Daikin has been on the front of the NSW Waratahs jersey for the last four seasons and will now extend that support by being front-of-shirt for the NRC.
They will also be joined by People and Culture Strategies (PCS), who will adorn the back of the Sydney strip – furthering a partnership established in 2017.
People and Culture Strategies are one of Australia’s leading professional services firms that provides specialist law and management consulting services across Human Resources, Labour and Employment.
NSW Rugby CEO, Andrew Hore said that both Daikin and People and Culture Strategies support of the NRC spoke to their passion for the development of rugby at all levels.
“Daikin and PCS have been wonderful supporters of ours,” said Hore.
“Their involvement in the NRC is an extension of partnerships we’re proud to have with two leading organisations in their respective fields.
“The NRC is an exciting competition that showcases some of the brightest young players in New South Wales, it’s an important piece of our development pathway and the support of our commercial partners make the delivery of this program a reality.
“Obviously both Daikin and PCS support rugby at the elite level through their association with the Waratahs, but it’s wonderful to know they support our vision to develop talent and grow the game in New South Wales.”
Leading Australian Agribusiness, Elders will continue their support of the Country Eagles, remaining on the front of their playing shirt.
The Eagles are also proudly supported by the University of New England, Geronimo Farm Equipment and Cashback World.
Sydney and Country will battle it out in Round 1 of the NRC at Apex Oval, Dubbo on Saturday 31 August at 12pm.