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11/10/11: Clitheroe Wolves score new kits

Clitheroe Wolves is chasing the top spot this season and will be kicking off its 2011/2012 campaign in style, thanks to a new sponsorship deal with Electricity North West.

The Under 13s football club, which trains in the Roefield leisure centre, was runner up in the Cup and the Accrington and District football league last season.

Thanks to hard training in the season break and the new kits however, the team will be in ship shape to go for the number one position this season.

Roger Sumner, assistant manager of Clitheroe Wolves who works as an engineer at Electricity North West, said: “The players of the Wolves under 13s team are exceptional for their age so we’re really hoping to bring home some silverware.

“Support from local businesses like Electricity North West is vitally important for the quality and success of the club. We are looking to the top result at the end of the season and will be pleased to share our success with the company.”

Electricity North West is the distribution network operator that connects businesses and consumers throughout the North West and into Cumbria.

Paul Bircham, customer strategy director, said: “The Wolves is a great local club in the Lancashire area, where we manage a great deal of work, so when we were approached to support the team we jumped at the chance. We wish the team good luck in the league efforts.”

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