Goldrush announced as naming rights sponsor for Boland cricket

Paarl- Cricket Boland is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Goldrush, with the leading diversified gaming group becoming the official naming rights sponsor for the cricket team. The team will be known as Goldrush Boland.

Goldrush signed a multi-year deal with Boland Cricket, reflecting their commitment to supporting and promoting sports in the community.

“We are incredibly excited to welcome Goldrush on board as our new naming rights sponsor,” said James Fortuin, CEO of Boland Cricket. “Their passion for sports and entertainment aligns perfectly with our values, and we are confident that this partnership will bring a new level of excitement and engagement to our fans.”

Goldrush is known for its innovative and dynamic approach to gaming entertainment, with a wide range of offerings. Their support will not only help Boland Cricket enhance the overall fan experience but also contribute to the growth and development of cricket in the region.

“We are proud to partner with Boland Cricket and support the sport at a grassroots level,” said Dwain Powell, Director for “Cricket is a sport that brings people together, fostering, discipline, and a sense of community. As enthusiasts of the game, we are thrilled to align ourselves with Boland Cricket, sharing in their commitment to nurturing young talent and promoting inclusivity within the sport. Together, we aim to cultivate a vibrant cricketing culture that not only enriches the lives of players but also resonates positively within the wider community. We are excited to be a part of the Boland Cricket family and look forward to the journey ahead.

Source: eNCA

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