Louth Old Boys Under-8s kitted out thanks to firm
LOUTH Old Boys Under-8s football team have scored – with help from a new sponsor.
The side, based at The Pavilion on London Road in the town, have been backed by plastics recycler and compounder Luxus, located on the Fairfield Industrial Estate.
Peter Atterby, managing director at the company, recently presented a cheque for £500 to the junior team so they could buy a brand new set of strips for this season.
The need for a sponsor for the side – who play in the Gradely Sports Junior Football League – was brought to Luxus' attention by Aaron Crane, an employee of the company and Luxus manager, Nikki Wigham, who both actively support the team.
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Crane said: "We're really pleased to receive this sponsorship.
"Without the help of local businesses such as Luxus we wouldn't be able to provide any kit at all. The new strip will be a great boost, I'm sure, to our young players."
Atterby added: "Today's youth is tomorrow's future – we're really pleased to sponsor a local junior team that provides the opportunity for any child that is interested to play and stay fit too."
Since supporting the team, Crane has begun training for his '1st4Sports' Level One Award in coaching football, which he will complete in February this year.
For more information on joining the club visit www.lobjfc.co.uk