Fleming Agri announced as new Warriors sponsors

The NWCU is proud to announce Fleming-Agri as a major new sponsor of the North West Warriors.


Fleming Agri-Products are a leading manufacturer of agricultural equipment and groundcare equipment supplying over 20 countries worldwide. Based in Newbuildings, they employ over 100 people in their new state of the art factory.


The new partnership with the NWCU, will see the Fleming-Agri logo on the Warriors Men and Warriors Boys jerseys.  It’s an exciting time for the squads following the high-profile appointments of coaches Gary Wilson and William Porterfield, who combined have 593 caps for Ireland.


Fleming-Agri Chairman, George Fleming, is delighted to have partnered with the NWCU:

“Both myself, and the company, have a long-tradition with cricket in region. First with St Johnston, and then more recently at Bready. I’ve been very impressed with efforts made in recent years to improve the game here at club and grassroots level and also with the new vision for the Warriors. 

We are keen to support the Warriors not only this season, but also their future stars and the pathway system. Fleming-Agri prides itself on continuous improvement over it’s 150 year history, and it’s a value with share with the Warriors. I’m looking forward to the season ahead and wish Gary and the players all the best this year.”


NWCU General Manager, Peter McCartney, welcomed the new partnership:

“This is fantastic news to bring onboard Fleming-Agri as a major new sponsor for the North West Warriors. We are ambitious for what we can achieve with the Warriors team and hope to create a team that all NWCU clubs can be proud of. In recent months we are seen the likes of Gary Wilson, William Porterfield and Graham Ford all working with our Emerging players on a regular basis. The support from Fleming-Agri will allow us to invest further in our talent development programmes. 

My thanks to George and his team for their commitment not only to the Warriors, but to cricket in the region. We are looking forward to working together to help develop the game here.”


Fleming-Agri Products Ltd

Originally set up in Donegal in the northwest of Ireland by Robert John Fleming in 1860, ownership of the company has remained in the Fleming family to the present, ranking as one of the oldest agricultural machinery companies in the UK and Ireland. The company trades in over 20 countries and employs over 100 people in their modern 6-acre site in Newbuidings. They specialise in agricultural, countryside and ground care machinery with over 100 products on offer: https://www.fleming-agri.com/



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