New kits for Honiton futsal students thanks to estate agent

PUBLISHED: 17:00 09 December 2017 | UPDATED: 09:23 13 December 2017

(L-R) Richard Spiller, River Leisk, Hayden Owen, Corey Tratt-Skinner and Andy Taylor.

(L-R) Richard Spiller, River Leisk, Hayden Owen, Corey Tratt-Skinner and Andy Taylor.

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Red Homes provided the kits to players in the college’s U14 football team, who went on to be crowned East Devon Schools’ champions.

A local estate agent has supported sporting students at Honiton Community College by supplying them with new kits.

Red Homes provided the kits to players in the college’s U14 futsal team, who went on to be crowned East Devon Schools’ champions.

Richard Spiller, ex-student and director of Red Homes, was given a tour of the new sports facilities at the college by Andy Taylor, head of sport and PE.

Mr Taylor said: “We are fortunate to have this excellent new kit, courtesy of Red Homes and thank Richard for this kind donation.

“Our futsal teams will look incredibly smart at future fixtures and tournaments.”

The U14s will next compete at the county finals at Paignton in March.

Red Homes is based in Honiton.

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