Lancashire Cricket has revealed that Sportsbreaks.com has extended its agreement to remain the standalone sponsor of Thunder Cricket.

Sports travel experience provider Sportsbreaks.com first sponsored the regional women’s side last year, and will also remain the official sports travel partner of Lancashire Cricket. The company’s branding will be showcased at Emirates Old Trafford via the exclusive Sportsbreaks.com Terrace.

The Sportsbreaks.com Terrace will be open for all of Lancashire Lightning’s home fixtures in the Vitality Blast, a T20 cricket competition that both Lancashire Lightning and Thunder will feature in.

As part of the agreement, Sportsbreaks.com will also have its logo on Lancashire Cricket non-T20 training wear.

Thunder Cricket Captain Ellie Threlkeld said: “It’s been amazing to have Sportsbreaks.com as our own official shirt sponsor for the last year and it’s really pleasing to hear that they have further extended their commitment to supporting the Thunder.

“It just shows the commitment that the Club and Sportsbreaks.com are putting into Thunder Cricket, we feel privileged, and we’re really looking forward to continuing to work together in the coming seasons.

“To have a standalone sponsor as a women’s team demonstrates the huge growth of the female game, including from a commercial perspective, over the last few years.”

Sportsbreaks.com managing director Rob Slawson added: “We’re thrilled to continue our commitment to sponsoring Thunder Cricket, as part of our ongoing relationship with Lancashire Cricket.

“Thunder Cricket are fantastic ambassadors for their sport, and we look forward to developing the relationship with them further over the next few years. Most importantly, this year’s double headers at Emirates Old Trafford promise to be a great showcase for women’s cricket and a chance to inspire the next generation of female cricketers.

“We look forward to watching on proudly from the comfort Sportsbreaks.com Terrace and invite fans to join us for two brilliant afternoons of world-class cricket, hospitality, and entertainment.”