Young Blues get wonderful kit support
PUBLISHED: 21:13 17 January 2011
Brixington Blues under-8s have received generous sponsorship from Exmouth business, Palmers Funeral Services of 43, Rolle Street, Exmouth part of the Co-operative Funeral Care company. The sponsorship is for two kits to deck out the Blues under-8s who are fielding two sides this season owing to the numbers they have at the club.
BRIXINGTON Blues are providing football for a lot of players in the under-8 age group, in this Exeter and District Youth League season.
Last August the Blues decided that their numbers were such that they could field two separate sides in the League with one playing under the title Blues and the other having United at the end of the Brixington name.
Neil McGuinness is running the Blues this term whilst a former Blues player, Andy Bennett is looking after the United side.
Both side have been very fortunate to have been sponsored by the good people at Palmers Funeral Services of 43, Rolle Street, Exmouth part of the Co-operative Funeral Care company.
The generous sponsors have provided kits for both teams with the Blues wearing yellow and United wearing blue.
Paula McGuinness and Pam Clarke, of Palmers, attended the recent kit presentation.
Neil, Andy and the boys are also delighted to have been sponsored for very smart waterproof training tops by Wagstaffe Roofing and everybody connected with the club is most grateful to Mark Wagstaffe of Wagstaffe Roofing and of course palmers Funeral services, for the much appreciated sponsorship.
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