Women’s cricket hit a new first today. Western Storm have today officially launched the brand new, dedicated website for supporters to keep up to date with all the very latest from the Kia Super League Champions, which was designed and built by Liquorice.
Following a successful rebrand in April 2018, Western Storm become the first Kia Super League franchise to launch a dedicated website, underlying the organisations commitment to the women’s game by providing the best on and off field experience possible.
The new website boasts the following features:
- Design: The website features the very best in responsive design techniques.
- Content: The website will be the digital home for all Western Storm related updates, including match previews, video highlights, reports, features, interviews and behind-the-scenes stories.
- Information: Find out about Western Storm and the Western Storm grassroots initiatives across the South West
An online shop will also be added shortly.
Somerset CCC and Gloucestershire CCC began this joint project during the winter of 2017 and enlisted Liquorice to develop the website. Liquorice have worked with Somerset CCC since 2010 in a long term digital partnership, developing web solutions for first class cricket and other commercial ventures.
Liquorice have a proven track record in the sporting industry and are responsible for building the award-winning Somerset CCC website which launched in 2017.
Regarding the new site, CEO Darren Low commented:
“It’s been fantastic to work alongside the team at Somerset CCC once again to help deliver the new website for Western Storm. We’re really proud of how it has come to life and we think that the fans will love it too. We hope the new site will be the go-to source for all things Western Storm. Here’s to another successful season for the Kia Super League Champions!”
Lisa Pagett, General Manager of Western Storm, is delighted by the final result.
“The website is a really exciting development for us,” she said. “It’s our aim that Western Storm leads strongly both on and off the field. The creation of an online home for Western Storm via the website is a big step forward in providing Western Storm, the players, our sponsors and the Kia Super League the platform it deserves. We hope the website will make it easier for supporters to keep up to speed with all things Western Storm and to follow the exciting competition that the Kia Super League is.”
Check out the Western Storm website here and see how the leading women’s cricket side are taking the web by storm.