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Positive outcome for football team

Posted onPosted on 8th Oct
Positive outcome for football team

SELSTON FC under-9s have received a£1,000 donation from leading national training and apprenticeship provider Positive Outcomes.

This team, which trains and plays at the Parish Hall ground, has spent the money on new kits, tracksuits and match balls.

Team manager Deene Ball said without the donation the club would not have been able to train a new under-9s team this season.

Deene, who has volunteered at the club for the last six years, said: “We are thrilled with the kind and generous donation from Positive Outcomes.

“The company’s head office is located nearby (South Normanton) so they have a local connection to the club and wanted to give back to their local community. It is a real honour to be able to provide our team with this professional and smart kit.”

Selston under-9s play in the Nottinghamshire Young Elizabethan League.

Managing director at Positive Outcomes Ryan Longmate said: “We are delighted that Selston under 9s are pleased with our donation and can’t wait to see the team in action in their new kit.

“Staff from Positive Outcomes will be supporting the team throughout the season and we wish them all the best of luck in their upcoming fixtures.”

Positive Outcomes, which is head quartered at The Village business park in South Normanton, has offices throughout the country, providing training and apprenticeships across a wide range of sectors including HR, business administration and hospitality.

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