Yorkshire cricket captain bowled over by Glenbrae

The captain of 2014 and 2015 County Cricket Champions Yorkshire, Andrew Gale, has become a new brand ambassador for Glenbrae knitwear. The arrangement will run for two years and means that Gale joins other ambassadors, such as former Ryder Cup Captains Sam Torrance and Mark James.

Andrew Jones, general manager of Glenbrae said: “Glenbrae stands for quality and style, and we’re delighted to be associated with such a prominent and well-respected sporting figure. Cricket is in the fabric of Yorkshire life, and therefore to bring these well-known Yorkshire traditions together, has been a really special thing for us. We like to be judged by the company we keep, and this association will lend extra gravitas to the Glenbrae brand.”

“It’s fantastic to be associated with such a quality brand and especially one from an industry that has so much heritage in this county,” said Andrew Gale. “I know that Glenbrae has a well-earned reputation in other sports and I look forward to helping promote the brand in the world of Cricket and beyond.”

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