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Lincoln sponsors Rugby League for £1m

Lincoln Financial Group has struck a £1m deal with the Rugby Football League to sponsor the world cup in 2000.


The largest single sponsorship agreement ever signed by the RFL means the tournament will be called The Lincoln Financial Group Rugby League World Cup.


The deal follows the life office&#39s sponsorship of the Test Series &#3998 between Great Britain and New Zealand, and of the Great Britain squad in the Tri-Nations competition in Australia this year.


A logo for the 2000 world cup has been jointly created by Lincoln and the RFL.

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