Netball Orkney

New Look for Netball Orkney Thanks to NorthLink Ferries

All of Netball Orkney’s age group teams are now stepping out onto the court in style thanks to sponsorship from NorthLink Ferries.

The ferry operator provided 70 new strips for the players of Netball Orkney which will be worn for both home and away competitions.

The new kit follows NorthLink Ferries’ continued sponsorship of the association, with the operator also providing travel support for all their teams.

Speaking of the sponsorship, James Linklater, Serco’s Customer Care Manager at NorthLink Ferries, said: “We are really pleased to grow our sponsorship of Netball Orkney by providing the new strips. All of the different age group teams have been really successful over recent years and we hope that the new kit will give the players that extra bit of confidence when out playing on the court.”

Catherine Johnson, Chairperson of Netball Orkney, added: “We are very grateful for the continued support from NorthLink Ferries. The team is really excited to receive the new strips and can’t wait to wear them at our next game.”

More information about the NorthLink Ferries sponsorship programme

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