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Norfolk Christian football team secures sponsorship

WildcatsA team in the Norfolk Christian Football League has secured kit sponsorship from local motor firm NMG.

 



Old Catton Wildcats football team play on Saturdays in the Norfolk Christian Football League in Sprowston. They currently have four Under 10’s teams. They approached Paul Hewitt Norfolk Motor Group's Sales Director for sponsorship to help buy their kit following NMG’s promotional activity at the Forum in Norwich.
 
One of the club coaches Robert Mayes said, “The Wildcats team have made a great start to the season.”
 
“The current FA rules mean all matches are friendlies allowing the players to develop their football skills rather than chasing points. The boys are improving all the time and have really started to put into practice the pass and move football philosophy of the U10's coaches.”
 
“The Wildcats are extremely grateful to NMG for sponsoring their kit and the boys love the short sleeve shirts, the shorts with their initials on and the stripy socks"
 
NMGNMG wishes the Wildcats every success in the season and hope that the lads go onto greater things - who knows - the next great Norwich City player could be amongst them!
 
Pictured above: Old Catton Wildcats
Pictured below: NMG’s Managing Director Grant Long accepting a club photograph from Luke Mayes as a memento

 

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