Morganstone secure two year extension

Leading Welsh construction business, Morganstone, have committed to a new agreement that will see their logo feature on the Ospreys’ match jersey for the next two seasons.

Based in Llanelli,Morganstone have featured on the back of the away jersey since the start of the 2015/16 season but under this new, enhanced deal, they will have a presence in the same position until the end of the 2018/19 season.

Established in 2008 by Managing Director, Ian Morgan, the company is fast becoming Wales’ foremost construction service, employing more than 160 people and delivering a growing number of high quality developments for public sector organisations, private developers and residential landlords.

Ian Morgan said:

“It gives me enormous pleasure to be able to confirm our commitment to the Ospreys for a further two years. We are very much a community focused business and since becoming a commercial partner with the Ospreys a couple of years ago we have been impressed by their commitment to the local community, which underlines why this relationship is a great fit for both of us.

“ As commercial partners we also appreciate the way in which partners such as ourselves are truly valued by the Ospreys, ensuring that we feel we are a key part of their business, which is important to the ongoing success of any commercial relationship.”

Wayne Hall, Head of Sales at the Ospreys, added:

“It’s fantastic to see Morganstone not only extending their original sponsorship on the away shirt for another two years, but now increasing their investment into Ospreys Rugby and securing the same spot on the home shirt as well.

“With clients and ongoing projects right across Wales, they understand the appeal of the Ospreys brand and the value of working with us, just as we value the support of a leading Welsh business that shares many of our own core values. 

“This summer has seen both established national brands and ambitious, growing local businesses just like Morganstone committing to partnerships with the Ospreys.”