Estover Park Youth Under 18 Ladies show off sponsored kits

PUBLISHED: 16:21 27 October 2014 | UPDATED: 16:21 27 October 2014

Estover Park Youth Under 18. Navy home kit supplied by Jonathan Upchurch Vehicle Repairs; Red away kit supplied by M V Young Scaffolding LTD; Match day, night training and ground sponsored by TES Europe LTD; Rear:Rob Mitchell, Helen Young (CEO M V Young), Erin Powell, Ebony Bliss, Zoe Birch, Danni Green, Jess Harvey, Brooke Anderson, Steve Jackson. Front: Emily Young, Courtney Wales, Ellie Coleman, Fran Plitsch, Maddie Jackson (capt).

Estover Park Youth Under 18. Navy home kit supplied by Jonathan Upchurch Vehicle Repairs; Red away kit supplied by M V Young Scaffolding LTD; Match day, night training and ground sponsored by TES Europe LTD; Rear:Rob Mitchell, Helen Young (CEO M V Young), Erin Powell, Ebony Bliss, Zoe Birch, Danni Green, Jess Harvey, Brooke Anderson, Steve Jackson. Front: Emily Young, Courtney Wales, Ellie Coleman, Fran Plitsch, Maddie Jackson (capt).

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Estover Park Youth Under 18 Ladies look the part as they show off their sponsored kits.

The team’s navy home kit is supplied by Jonathan Upchurch Vehicle Repairs, the red away kit supplied by M V Young Scaffolding LTD and the match day, night training and ground is sponsored by TES Europe LTD.

Manager Rob Mitchell said: “We would like to thank the local businesses who make it possible for the 15 players signed on to play football in an excellent environment and with equipment to help them develop and improve.

“This team have now been together for eight years and their commitment has been rewarded with a successful bid to the Fenland Youth District Council for funding to aid this youth team to progress to adult football in 2015/16.

“Thank you to all that supported the bid.”


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