Posted on July 16th, 2019
PM PROjEN Sponsors Weston Point Rangers JFC
PM PROjEN were approached by Weston Point Rangers Junior Football Club at the start of the 2018 /2019 Football season, with a request to sponsor their under 12’s football team.
This Community Football Club has over 100 players competing in the Warrington and St Helens leagues. The club provides children aged between 6 – 17 years with the opportunity to enjoy football thanks to the dedication of the clubs volunteer coaches and committee members. Whilst the club is mainly supported by parent funding and other fundraising activities, equipment and football kits represent a significant expense. Given this, PM PROjEN elected to support the club by purchasing football kits for the under 12’s football team.
With the current season coming to a close, head coach Scott Jenkins recently provided PM PROjEN with an update on Weston Point Rangers JFC’s performance;
“I am just emailing to say another massive thank you from both myself, and the team, for helping us out with the sponsorship and our new kits for last season. The team loved playing in them! We had a brilliant start to the season, and were unbeaten in our first 11 games. We also finished 5th in the League cup, and we got to the semi-final of the Alt Holt cup, getting beaten 2-1 by a last minute goal by a team who play three divisions above us. We also entered the Woolston Tournament, and got through to the semi-finals.
We will continue to wear the kits as our home kit for the next coming season, and once the current team have grown out of them, we will be passing them down to the younger teams in our club.
Thank you again, it was really nice for the lads to have a brand new kit last year and for it to be of such good quality.”
Rebecca Shillito, (PM PROjEN’s Business Development Manager) commented – “PM PROjEN will continue to support local community projects. Often a relatively small contribution can make an important and tangible difference to those involved. In this case, we were able to make sure that the team looked the part. The team’s performance was of course all down to the dedication and hard work of the players, parents and volunteers. We are pleased to have been able to help and are proud of the teams 2018/2019 performance”.