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New Title Sponsor for South West Peninsula League
New Title Sponsor for South West Peninsula League
A new title sponsorship of the South West Peninsula League has been secured and Kitchen Kit Ltd, based in Truro but covering the whole area, will be the new major sponsor.
Wednesday 26 June 19 I 17:15:46 I Photo by

The league’s new working title will be the “KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA LEAGUE”.

 

The league will be running two Step 6 Premier Divisions with 40 senior clubs representing towns from throughout Devon & Cornwall. Membership runs from Falmouth and Penzance right up to Honiton and Ilfracombe, with an SWP team in, or near, every major town & city throughout Devon & Cornwall.

 

Kitchen Kit have agreed a five-figure sponsorship deal for the current season with an agreed option to extend the sponsorship for an initial five years. The generous backing will allow the league to pay prize money to clubs in both Divisions with £9,500 being allocated to go directly to clubs who finish in the Top 4 of each Division together with a further 8 awards (4 in each Division) to those who top the Fair Play tables. Together with other sponsorships such as the Walter C Parson Cup, the total amount to be paid out will exceed £15,000.

 

Managing Director of Kitchen Kit, Nigel Dilley, said “We are delighted to support local football across the South West and are looking forward to working with the league, to coin a phrase we are “cooking on gas” with the new sponsorship!”

 

Company secretary Phil Hiscox stated: “It is great to have a truly regional firm on board who share our passion for the South West and for promoting local sport, we look forward to a long and successful association with Kitchen Kit.”

 

The league has now secured the majority of its sponsorship options with Kitchen Kit leading the way as the main title sponsors, Walter C Parson Funeral Directors continue to sponsor the league cup and Onesport, as official ball suppliers, taking the Ground & Programme Awards with the `golden boot` named in memorial to Colin Northmore.

 

 

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New Title Sponsor for South West Peninsula League
New Title Sponsor for South West Peninsula League
Wednesday 26 June 19 I 17:15:46
Photo by

The league’s new working title will be the “KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA LEAGUE”.

 

The league will be running two Step 6 Premier Divisions with 40 senior clubs representing towns from throughout Devon & Cornwall. Membership runs from Falmouth and Penzance right up to Honiton and Ilfracombe, with an SWP team in, or near, every major town & city throughout Devon & Cornwall.

 

Kitchen Kit have agreed a five-figure sponsorship deal for the current season with an agreed option to extend the sponsorship for an initial five years. The generous backing will allow the league to pay prize money to clubs in both Divisions with £9,500 being allocated to go directly to clubs who finish in the Top 4 of each Division together with a further 8 awards (4 in each Division) to those who top the Fair Play tables. Together with other sponsorships such as the Walter C Parson Cup, the total amount to be paid out will exceed £15,000.

 

Managing Director of Kitchen Kit, Nigel Dilley, said “We are delighted to support local football across the South West and are looking forward to working with the league, to coin a phrase we are “cooking on gas” with the new sponsorship!”

 

Company secretary Phil Hiscox stated: “It is great to have a truly regional firm on board who share our passion for the South West and for promoting local sport, we look forward to a long and successful association with Kitchen Kit.”

 

The league has now secured the majority of its sponsorship options with Kitchen Kit leading the way as the main title sponsors, Walter C Parson Funeral Directors continue to sponsor the league cup and Onesport, as official ball suppliers, taking the Ground & Programme Awards with the `golden boot` named in memorial to Colin Northmore.

 

 

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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