The Pegasus Palmerians RFC, with Simon Danielli (in grey) handing kit over to Captain, Greg Bramwell.

Cargostore sponsors Essex League rugby team kit, and invites ex-Rugby union star, Simon Danielli to training.

On the 24th January 2019, ex-Rugby Union and Scottish International Simon Danielli attended a training session run by Stanford-le-Hope’s Essex League rugby team, the Pegasus Palmerians RFC. The attendance was part of an evening organised by the team to acknowledge Cargostore Worldwide’s recent sponsorship of their rugby shirts. The team needed new kit, after donning the previous blue and yellow stripes for several years and Cargostore, along with Mr Danielli were happy to assist.


Mr Danielli, who now works for Agathos LLP, is always keen to return to the pitch and endorse local rugby and when asked by Cargostore to attend, he was eager to show his support. Agathos currently has part ownership of Cargostore, creating the perfect opportunity to make the sponsorship a landmark event for the team and the community.

Pegasus Palmerians RFC’s brand new Cargostore kit.

Greg Bramwell, Captain of Pegasus Palmerians RFC

On behalf of Pegasus Palmerians RFC, I would like to share with you our huge gratitude to Simon and Cargostore for a landmark event in the club’s history. We have always been proud to build our club ethos on the social side of rugby, following the heritage of grassroots rugby which I trust Simon experienced and enjoyed on Thursday.”

Simon Danielli, Agathos LLP and ex-Scottish International rugby player

Pegasus Palmerians RFC depict what team sport should be all about. A club with a proud team culture built around an ethos on the social side of rugby. I really enjoyed getting to know the team, and It was clear to see the importance that the club has in the lives of everyone involved and the local community. I wish everyone involved many special memories on and off the pitch and I hope to play a match in a Cargostore Pegasus Palmerians shirt one day!

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