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The Cornish Pirates are very pleased to announce a valued sponsorship agreement with Trelawny Motors.
Through the agreement for the 2019-20 season, Director of Rugby Chris Stirling and Community Engagement Manager Sam Teasdale have each received keys to new Citroen C3 Aircross SUV cars which will benefit them considerably in their work.
Former Pirates skipper and present-day committee man at Penzance & Newlyn RFC, Martin Murrish, is delighted with the sponsorship arrangement. A Director of Trelawny Motors Penzance Citroen/Subaru/Isuzu, Martin commented:
During a time when the club welcomes Chris Stirling back to Cornwall, we are proud to sponsor the Cornish Pirates for the 2019-2020 season. Chris will be fully focused to play an important role as the Pirates progress and we wish to be part of that by offering our support.
At Trelawny Motors, and in partnership too with Sport Cornwall Foundation, we are also excited to help Sam Teasdale continue his excellent work, ensuring a bright future for Rugby in the community.
Speaking on behalf of the Cornish Pirates, Chris Stirling said:
My role is quite considerable, as of course is Sam’s, and we both cover many miles in our work.
For us to be able to be in a position to drive such high performance and reliable vehicles is not only fantastic but also greatly appreciated.
For further information reference Trelawny Motors Penzance Citroen/Subaru/Isuzu, please either telephone 01736 362717 or visit:
Trelawny Motors are also sponsors of Penzance & Newlyn RFC’s youth section and, as part of a new innovation offered to businesses, they will this season sponsor two Cornish Pirates shirt numbers, ‘5’ and ‘15’, which will be displayed on the actual shirts to be worn by the selected players on match days.
For further information please contact Robyn Ashurst, telephone 01736 335318 or email [email protected]
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