Porsche Centre West London is delighted to announce the sponsorship of Chiswick Rugby Football Club Juniors. The Centre will be providing pitch-side support to our local team at the Dukes Meadow club house. Chiswick Rugby Football Club Juniors was established in 2011 and they have both girls and boys teams ranging in age from four up to 12 years old.
Kelvin Campbell, Senior Club Chairman, said: “The players are really excited by the Porsche Centre West London backing. Everyone at the Centre has been incredibly supportive.”
Peter Jiggins, Centre Principal for Porsche Centre West London, added: “We are constantly on the lookout for ways for the Centre to give back to the local community, so it is our pleasure to sponsor the Chiswick RFC Juniors. We look forward to following their progress and wish them the very best for the season ahead.”
Playing home games on Dukes Meadows, Chiswick RFC Juniors will be sporting their new kit for the 2016/17 season starting in September. Learn more from the club website.
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