Colyton Under-9s all get new training tops thanks to local company Reliable British Scaffolding

PUBLISHED: 09:06 18 December 2013 | UPDATED: 09:07 18 December 2013

Colyton Youth Football Club has given every player a new training top this year embroidered with the clubs new logo. 
The Under-9s team have secured sponsorship RBS (Reliable British Scaffolding), a local business based in Axminster. 
Richard Challis from RBS was at the team’s last match to cheer on the youngsters.
Colyton youth are always delighted to welcome new players, in particular in the age groups of U7, U8, U9 and U10 age groups so any parents who would like their children to join please contact James Patmore, jamespatmore@btinternet.com or call 07711146089.

Colyton Youth Football Club has given every player a new training top this year embroidered with the clubs new logo. The Under-9s team have secured sponsorship RBS (Reliable British Scaffolding), a local business based in Axminster. Richard Challis from RBS was at the team’s last match to cheer on the youngsters. Colyton youth are always delighted to welcome new players, in particular in the age groups of U7, U8, U9 and U10 age groups so any parents who would like their children to join please contact James Patmore, jamespatmore@btinternet.com or call 07711146089.

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Colyton Youth Football Club has given every player a new training top this year embroidered with the clubs new logo.

The Under-9s team have secured sponsorship RBS (Reliable British Scaffolding), a local business based in Axminster.

Richard Challis from RBS was at the team’s last match to cheer on the youngsters.

Colyton youth are always delighted to welcome new players.

In particular in the age groups of U7, U8, U9 and U10 age groups so any parents who would like their children to join please contact James Patmore, jamespatmore@btinternet.com or call 07711146089.


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