A HUDDERSFIELD textile firm is helping Britain's boys Down Under.
Bradley-based worsted manufacturer C & J Antich and Sons has been chosen as the official supplier of suits for the Great Britain Rugby League squad.
The firm was appointed to supply corporate wear to the 35-man squad in Australia for the Tri Nations tour.
The opening Test is tomorrow morning.
Players including Huddersfield Giants' Martin Aspinwall have been decked out in Antich sports suits, which contain the team name incorporated in the pinstripe.
The seven-person managerial and staff team have also been kitted out.
They wear plain suits with a crest on the outer pocket.
Company managing director Chris Antich said: "We are extremely pleased to have signed the Great Britain team.
"We are looking forward to seeing the suits being worn at many high-profile events."
Antichs supply fabric to major fashion houses such as Prada, Armani, Chanel and Nina Ricci, together with High Street retailers such as BHS, Marks and Spencer and Next.
Huddersfield Town soccer player Andy Booth has already put his name to a line of Antich suits.