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Robert Burns

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Welcome Jason & Hayden.

I hope you enjoy the site as much as the kit.

At the rate WSoR members are joining they will soon be one of the most represented society on the forums (currently held by London, with Hampshire close behind).

That would then be two RugbyRefs.com awards, the other being the best website for 3011.
 

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Doesn't seem to be any attachments Robbie?
 

Robert Burns

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Akuma will be releasing the order forms very shortly.
 

Robert Burns

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Order form will be available to all on Monday guys.

I have received the kit today, and the quality is amazing.

The heavier refs shirt is one of the best refs shirts I have ever worn, the lighter weight one is great for hot days, or even to be worn as a casual shirt. The shorts are also awesome! Crossref (or other clubrefs in the UK), if your guys wanted to buy and wear this stuff, their colleagues will be jealous.

The other kits is great too, drill shirts, tracksuit top & bottoms, polos, jackets, hoodies.

The tracksuit has a warmer jumper with it too, which is fleece style lining inside and quality feel outside (don't know the material but it was warm). I won't have a use for it until next year now, but will certainly help keep me warm on the cold Perth days.

I must say I am really chuffed at the great stuff the guys from Akuma have produced for us, I hope you guys will like it as much too!

(No photos, I cannot do it the same justice our fantastic models did!)
 

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How long will this be available for? I am definitely interested in getting kit, but am unsure when I can actually lay the money down.
 

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Welcome Jason & Hayden.

I hope you enjoy the site as much as the kit.

At the rate WSoR members are joining they will soon be one of the most represented society on the forums (currently held by London, with Hampshire close behind).

That would then be two RugbyRefs.com awards, the other being the best website for 3011.

It would fairer to use an index or % rather than absolute #s.

# of RR.com members as % of active Society Referees. Otherwie London with more than three times the numbers of referees of any other English Society will always be top. Likeswise Hampshire has more active refs than our Federation colleagues Berks/Bucks/Oxon combined !
 

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I know this is well old but I looked at the kit and it looks very shiny. But I need a sizing chart. All very well saying standard sizing, but do they make XS sizes? What about youth sizes? I really don't want to fork out for more kit which is too big.
 

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I take a M in standard sizing, possibly an L in some others, and an XL in the Akuma shirt.
 

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I know this is well old but I looked at the kit and it looks very shiny. But I need a sizing chart. All very well saying standard sizing, but do they make XS sizes? What about youth sizes? I really don't want to fork out for more kit which is too big.

Don't you get kit from your association in Nu Zeelund??
 

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Only the shirt, shorts and socks. The warm up jacket and the t shirt both look pretty cool, and I don't have a kit bag, just my backpack which is less than ideal. Our sponor is leaving us end of the season so I don't see much more gear coming my way in the coming season.
 
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Aaahhhh! I see. Thought there'd be no probs with NZ associations getting sponsors for their on-field and off-field kit.? Guess I was wrong.

What's 'premature posting issues'? :wtf:Bet your wife hates I when you do that!:swet::pepper:
 

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Our Society kit is Akuma.
I have to get one size larger in Akuma than normal.

i.e. Gilbert shirt = XL
Akuma shirt = XXL
 

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What does the bronze , silver , and gold mean ?
 
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