New kit sponsor for Priory Pumas

PUBLISHED: 09:38 20 January 2017 | UPDATED: 09:38 20 January 2017

Priory Under-8s.

Priory Under-8s.


Priory Pumas Under-8s are to receive new kit from sponsor Pure Professionals.

Bristol accountants and tax advisers Pure Professionals are proud to announce they are sponsoring Priory Pumas Under-8s match kit for the current football season.

Priory Puma’s Football Club have a number of teams, but it was the Under-8s that secured the match kit sponsorship from Pure Professionals.

James Stuart, the Under-8s manager, said: “I am delighted that Pure Professionals have agreed to sponsor the team’s match kit. With the support of companies like Pure

Professionals the club is able to enhance the football experience for each child. With more than 100 junior players at the club, it is great when a sponsor helps fund the cost of their kit.”

Alyson Davies, director of Pure Professionals and mum of defender Mason Davies added: “The provision of these kits to the younger footballers at Priory Pumas gives them a clear identity and will make them feel part of something that is special.”

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