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St Laurence continuing to give Saints hoops

MEDIA RELEASE - 26.08.05

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Subject: St Laurence continuing to give Saints hoops

St Laurence "Investors First" has once again confirmed another season as the naming rights sponsor of New Zealand's most successful NBL franchise the St Laurence Saints. St Laurence will be entering into its fourth season as the naming rights sponsor, with a further option for 2007 & 2008.

"We are delighted that St Laurence will continue its association as our key naming rights sponsor for the 2006 NBL Season, St Laurence's core business is investments and once again Kevin Podmore and his team will be right behind one of the most enjoyable investments they have made" said the Chief Executive of the St Laurence Saints, Michael Bennington. "We are proud to say that we have the best sponsor within the league, who provides hoops for our Saints."

ENDS

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