Sponsorship

Sponsorship at Werneth CC

Match Sponsorship

This sponsorship involves the sponsor and up to 12 guests

being entertained at the club on the day of the chosen match and a

poster advertising the sponsor’s name will be placed in the Pavilion and receive a mention in the match programme and on the fixtures web page.

The Sponsor may also display any advertising material around the ground and

arrange a small display in the Pavilion.

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Match Ball Sponsorship

In return the Sponsor receives an acknowledgement on a poster in the Pavilion as well as a

mention on the fixtures web page.

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Ground advertising

In this package the Sponsor would have a large

advertising board placed around the ground throughout the

season and stored by the club out of season for future use.

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Junior Sponsorship

Werneth has helped develop scores of budding young cricketers including Lancashire star Gary Yates and former England player Jason Gallian your company could help provide opportunities and spread the search for local talent, there is plenty of space left for advertisers.

If you require any further information or would like to visit, please contact David Lees on 0161 339 0937 .

The photo below is of our Under 11’s team there is no doubt of the tremendous benefit they gained from the nets during 1999.  Under 12’s compete in the Salford Youth Cricket league on Friday evenings. Some of the boys have their own Asics shirts embroidered with the Werneth badge. You can help the junior teams further by sponsoring shirts for any of the teams and have your company logo embroidered prominently on the shirts

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Trevor Bland Moorside Metal Products MD and Life Member presents David Ainsworth with the largest prize in local

Sport- The Clifford Burton Memorial Trophy which has in recent seasons found a permanent home at

Werneth. Awarded to the Winners of the Royton v Werneth clash. Howard Dronsfield CLL  Chairman

looks on.

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Match Sponsors enjoying a few jars of John Willies! It’s not just the cricket that’s good!