A youth football team has thanked its sponsors after the funding led to an entire new league being created. Cyber-security company C3IA Solutions backed Dexter Sports’ Under 11 Lions, who are based at Canford Heath in Poole. The support helped them train indoors through the winter reach the county cup final which had to be abandoned due to Covid-19 and the lockdown. However, on the back of the investment coach Greg Partridge was able to launch an indoor futsal league – the only FA Youth affiliated futsal league in the county.
Broadstone Cricket Club’s first XI picked up the team of the month award for July – after four straight wins. The team pushed themselves into third spot in the Dorset Funeral Plan Premier League.
Leading cyber security business C3IA Solutions is hitting the road after sponsoring the Royal Corps of Signals Road Cycling Team. Based at Blandford Camp in Dorset, the super-fit soldiers compete in military and civilian competitions both here and abroad.
A group of staff and friends from Douch Family Funeral Directors stepped up to a mountainous charity challenge – and scaled Snowdon to raise money for Dorset Mind.
Olympic-hopeful long jumper Patrick Sylla is leaping forward with the help of a new sponsor, Douch Family Funeral Directors.
The battle to be crowned champions of the Dorset Funeral Plan cricket league went down to the very last weekend. And it was Broadstone who pipped Swanage to the Premier League title and picked up their trophy at the annual awards evening. Well led by Steve Trembath and with leading run scorer Luke Carter in the top order, the Broadstone … Read More
Chippenham Rugby Club has secured itself a season long sponsor from a Bath-based cyber security company. Computer Network Defence (CND) is packing down with the Allington Field outfit whose first team are flying high in the South West One East league. The club has three senior sides plus a full junior and mini section and this is its 119th season. … Read More
Here we go (again)… England’s footballers have become the toast of the nation for all of the wrong reasons. The FA are reported to be ‘furious’ after 10 of the national team’s squad went out on a 4.30am ‘bender’ after their 3-0 win over Scotland. Skipper Wayne ‘Wazza’ Rooney quite sensibly decided to stay at the team hotel but was … Read More