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Beacon delighted with backing

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Sponsorship loyalty plays a key role in grassroots sport and one local football league continues to attract good support.

This week the Beacon Sunday League have announced continued backing from two loyal supporters, also one newcomer, writes Dave McLean.

Extending their long association with the league are Wilkes Tranter accountants from Kingswinford and Willenhall based non-destructive testing company NDT Midlands.

League chairman Brian Lester said:”We value the support of our sponsors highly. Stephen Tranter (director) played in the league 31 years ago for Penn Rovers and they won the Clinton Cup in 1989. They have been associated with the league for 12 years.

“Both sponsors have been invaluable in supporting our journey to where we are today as a league.”

NDT are now in their fourth year of sponsorship, in particular the league’s flagship Lester Charity Cup competition, and managing director Stewart Dudwell said: “The Beacon League is a well established league run by a great bunch of guys and with are proud to be associated with them. We also sponsor East Park who play within the league structure.”

The Beacon League also welcomes on board new sponsors, Advanced Recruit of Wolverhampton, who have agreed to support the increasing popular over 30s section. Company director Chris Williams also manages league members AFC Dormston over 30s.

“The league management committee would like to thank Chris and Advanced Recruit for their support and welcome them on board ,” said league vice chairman Simon Cater.

The league have also extended sponsorship deals with Paycare and Concentric Sales & Letting, both based in Wolverhampton, and they will support the league’s restructured main championship Eastern and Western divisions respectively.

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