Tydd St Mary Football Club enjoying strong season after netting new kit

PUBLISHED: 10:02 08 December 2010

New kit presentation by Bakkavor Group to Tydd St Mary FC; Back l-r Daniel Monaghan, Gary Booth, Steve Cousins (Captain), Steve Robinson, Dan Thompson, Luke Burton, Ben Thompson, Mark Garner & Jamie Smith.; Front l-r Shaun Murfitt, Carl Wilson, Timmy Lowe, Aaron Parker, Pablo Da Silva.; Foreground: Jonathon Fowler of Bakkavor/Wingland Foods presenting new kit to Mark Greenacre, Manage of Tydd St Mary FC

New kit presentation by Bakkavor Group to Tydd St Mary FC; Back l-r Daniel Monaghan, Gary Booth, Steve Cousins (Captain), Steve Robinson, Dan Thompson, Luke Burton, Ben Thompson, Mark Garner & Jamie Smith.; Front l-r Shaun Murfitt, Carl Wilson, Timmy Lowe, Aaron Parker, Pablo Da Silva.; Foreground: Jonathon Fowler of Bakkavor/Wingland Foods presenting new kit to Mark Greenacre, Manage of Tydd St Mary FC

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TYDD St Mary Football Club are enjoying a strong season in their new kit after finding new sponsors for this year’s campaign.

The kit was provided by international food manufacturers the Bakkavör Group, whose headquarters are in Spalding.

The emblem of Wingland Foods, a sub-division of the company based in Sutton Bridge, is emblazoned across the chest.

Tydd St Mary, who sit sixth in their Boston and District Saturday League, will be hoping the weather allows tomorrow’s tie, with bottom of the league Skegness Town A, to go ahead.

Pictured are: (Foreground) Jonathon Fowler of Bakkavör/Wingland Foods presenting the new kit to Tydd St Mary Manager Mark Greenacre.

(Back L/R) Daniel Monaghan, Gary Booth, Steve Cousins (Captain), Steve Robinson, Dan Thompson, Luke Burton, Ben Thompson, Mark Garner, Jamie Smith.

(Front L/R) Shaun Murfitt, Carl Wilson, Timmy Lowe, Aaron Parker, Pablo Da Silva.


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