Ottawa Aces unveil third concept kit

Drew Darbyshire
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Ottawa Aces have unveiled a third concept kit ahead of their entry into League 1 in 2021.

The Canadian franchise – founded by Eric Perez – will join the RFL pyramid in 2021 and will start off in League 1.

Ottawa revealed their first concept kit in April, which featured a chevron with the primary colours being black and red.

The Aces’ second concept kit is mainly white and features the Ottawa skyline.

And the Canadian club have now released their third kit, which features the country’s famous maple leaf.

The concept kits come on the back of the announcement that they will hold trials for Canadian players once coronavirus restrictions are lifted in the country.

If selected by the Ottawa coaches, the trialist will be rewarded with a full-time professional contract with the club. The Aces will be offering up to 10 contracts for their maiden campaign in 2021.

The trials will be for Canadian athletes only and players must hold a Canadian passport to be eligible for selection.

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