The Sydney Roosters Women's Rugby League team will run out on to ANZ Stadium on Saturday sporting a full complement of on-kit partners with Australian Paper, under the marquee brand Reflex, signing on as the back of shorts partner for the 2018 season.
Like the Sydney Roosters, Australian Paper has a proud history.
With origins dating back to 1868, Australian Paper are Australia's only manufacturer of office and printing papers, bag, sack, lightweight packaging, industrial papers and a major supplier of kraft liner board for the cardboard carton industry.
As part of the agreement, Australian Paper's iconic Reflex brand will feature on the back two panels of the Sydney Roosters Women's Rugby League team's shorts.
Reflex will also become the Player Sponsor of Nita Maynard and Victoria Latu and will have LED advertising at all Sydney Roosters Women's Rugby League games throughout the 2018 season.
Australian Paper's NSW/ACT State Manager, Cheryl Hill, said the new partnership with the Roosters was reflective of the broader company philosophy and hoped that it could be the start of bigger things to come.
"At Australian Paper, our culture is based on teamwork, trust and embracing the challenges before us which could not be exemplified better than by supporting a team like the Sydney Roosters in their first season in the Women's Rugby League Premiership," she said.
"We are thrilled to be on board from the beginning and will be working closely with the Roosters to forge a way forward both on and off the field for what we know will be a genuine partnership."
Sydney Roosters Chief Operating Officer, Jarrod Johnstone, said the Club was excited to welcome Australian Paper to the Roosters Corporate network and formally complete the Club's kit partners for 2018.
"We couldn't be happier to complete our on-kit partnerships with Australian Paper and the Reflex brand," he said.
"To welcome such a strong and iconic organisation and brand to the Club is huge for us and we thank them and indeed all other on kit partners for their support."
Australian Paper joins Steggles, Ward Civil, KARI, UrbanSport and ISC as the Roosters on-kit partners in the inaugural season of Women's Rugby League.