More backing for Bungay FC
Brick, Slate and Tile in Chedgrave are the latest company to support Bungay Football Club.Pictured above is Graham Purling from Brick, Slate and Tile with David Piper, manager of the under-16 girls' team with two of his players.
Brick, Slate and Tile in Chedgrave are the latest company to support Bungay Football Club.
Pictured above is Graham Purling from Brick, Slate and Tile with David Piper, manager of the under-16 girls' team with two of his players.
Mr Purling said: “As women have a greater say in what building materials are used these days with the growth of self builds, this promotion fits well with the increase in the numbers of women's and girls' football teams in this area.
“And as Bungay Town are now to have an additional women's team next season, together with the continuation of their girls' teams, we are very pleased to be supporting and being associated with this well-run club.”
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Mr Piper added: “Football is the major activity sport for girls these days. The success of the England women's team at the recent World Cup has raised the profile of ladies' soccer, and Bungay Town aim to run two ladies' teams next season.
“Support from Graham is immense in helping to get the second team off the ground running.”
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