March Rangers score two new team kits thanks to The Nottingham

PUBLISHED: 10:43 30 August 2017

Steve Wilson, manager of March Rangers’ under-seven and under-15 teams, with senior residential manager Nicola Roberts (left) and customer reviewer Carrie-Anne Johnson.

Steve Wilson, manager of March Rangers’ under-seven and under-15 teams, with senior residential manager Nicola Roberts (left) and customer reviewer Carrie-Anne Johnson.

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Local junior football team March Rangers have netted an impressive double - two new team kits thanks to The Nottingham.

Even though the new season is only just underway, the under-seven and under-15 teams will now play in shirts emblazoned with the Harrison Murray Estate Agency and The Nottingham logos.

Steve Wilson, who manages both teams, visited The Nottingham’s March branch to be presented with the new-look kit.

Nicola Roberts, Harrison Murray senior residential manager, said: “We are well known for supporting deserving local organisations and initiatives and have been supporters of March Rangers for some time.

“It is our pleasure to be sponsoring two teams to the tune of £500, and we hope they have fantastic seasons.

“Branch staff will certainly be attending some of their games to cheer them on.”

Nicola’s colleague Carrie-Anne Johnson, a customer reviewer with The Nottingham, said: “March Rangers is an organisation right at the heart of our community so we are very proud to be involved.”

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