March Town Ladies secure new sponsor as men’s teams cement a winning weekend

PUBLISHED: 14:15 26 October 2020 | UPDATED: 14:15 26 October 2020

March Town Ladies have secured the sponsorship of Hillberry�s Kitchens and Bedrooms as their new matchday polo shirt sponsor for the 2020-21 season. Back row (from left): Emma Searle, Tori Sharpe, Adele Munday, Jessica Kreuss, Ewelina Jerszak, SJ Heyward and Kelsey Ramm. Front row (from left): Meg Webb, Abby Grist, Naomi McGarvie, Josie Turner, Ella Nutter, Yazmin Holmes and Kara Lumley. Picture: STEVE HONE

March Town Ladies have secured the sponsorship of Hillberry�s Kitchens and Bedrooms as their new matchday polo shirt sponsor for the 2020-21 season. Back row (from left): Emma Searle, Tori Sharpe, Adele Munday, Jessica Kreuss, Ewelina Jerszak, SJ Heyward and Kelsey Ramm. Front row (from left): Meg Webb, Abby Grist, Naomi McGarvie, Josie Turner, Ella Nutter, Yazmin Holmes and Kara Lumley. Picture: STEVE HONE

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March Town Ladies have been boosted off the pitch after they secured a new sponsor.

March Town Ladies have secured the sponsorship of Hillberry’s Kitchens and Bedrooms as their new matchday polo shirt sponsor for the 2020-21 season. Picture: STEVE HONEMarch Town Ladies have secured the sponsorship of Hillberry’s Kitchens and Bedrooms as their new matchday polo shirt sponsor for the 2020-21 season. Picture: STEVE HONE

The Hares have been supported by Hillberry’s Kitchens and Bedrooms, who have sponsored the ladies’ teams matchday polo shirts for the 2020-21 season.

Gary Davis, manager of March Town Ladies, said: “The team look very smart and it is great to be supported by local businesses.”

The ladies were without a fixture at the weekend, but look to record a first win in three Cambridgeshire Women’s County League Premier Division matches versus Cambridge City Ladies 3rds at the GER on Sunday, November 1, 2pm.

Meanwhile, the men’s teams were in fine form as they all recorded victories.

Arran Duke’s first-team won 2-0 at Diss Town in Thurlow Nunn League, First Division North on Saturday thanks to Jack Friend and an own goal, while the reserve and A teams won in the Cambs League.

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