Cramlington Rockets’ push for rugby league honours was given a boost by the donation of professional standard equipment from our North East region.
The Northumberland club hopes the set of new, specially branded match quality rugby balls will help to convert a promising season into a highly successful one.
Teams across five of the Rockets’ age groups are challenging for titles while under-16 winger Jake Woods has been called up to represent England at youth level.
Club chairman Jeffrey Ball said: “The donation of these new balls by Linden Homes has helped us to add yet another element of professionalism to our community club.
“With competitive teams vying for honours and players like Jake recently called up to represent England, being able to offer our players the best equipment and facilities possible is vital.”
Kate Brooks, Linden Homes North East sales manager, added: “We are delighted to have been able to provide the Rockets with these high quality rugby balls and support a club that does excellent work with young people in Northumberland.
“We wish them every success for the key fixtures coming up and for their continued development as a club in the future.”
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