Seaton Town ladies net super sponsorship for new kit

PUBLISHED: 18:09 29 September 2018 | UPDATED: 09:07 02 October 2018

Seaton Town ladies in their new kit sponsored by Seaton-based company NDM Architects. Back row (left to right) Mark Hughes (manager), Mia Campbell-Hayes, Grace Cottam, Millie Dack, Georgie Lamprill, Aneesa California, Hattie Cooper, Lauren Millbank, Flo Coleman. Front row (left to right) Chloe Thompson, Becky Griffiths, Georgie Hughes, Megan Griffiths, Lucy Paull (captain), Sophie Northover, Jemima Coleman, Alex Kirlew. Picture CONTRIBUTED

Seaton Town ladies in their new kit sponsored by Seaton-based company NDM Architects. Back row (left to right) Mark Hughes (manager), Mia Campbell-Hayes, Grace Cottam, Millie Dack, Georgie Lamprill, Aneesa California, Hattie Cooper, Lauren Millbank, Flo Coleman. Front row (left to right) Chloe Thompson, Becky Griffiths, Georgie Hughes, Megan Griffiths, Lucy Paull (captain), Sophie Northover, Jemima Coleman, Alex Kirlew. Picture CONTRIBUTED

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Seaton Town ladies have netted themselves a superb new kit courtesy of a generous sponsorship from a local business.

NDM Architects of Seaton are the company who have provided the sponsorship and one of the companies employees, Georgie Lamprill, is also a member of the Town ladies team.

Seaton Town ladies have made a good start to the new season winning their first tow league games and making cup progress and currently sit third in Division One of the Devon Women’s League.

There is a squad of around 23 players involved with the team who play their matches on Sunday mornings at the Seaton Town Football Club ground.

The Seaton Town ladies are managed by Mark Hughes and captained by Lucy Paull.

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