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O'Neill's International Sportswear Company Ltd are delighted to announce a newly confirmed two year partnership kit supply deal recently set up with Doncaster Rovers Belles LFC.
Susie Robertson, O'Neill's UK Sales Manager stated: "We are really excited about our forthcoming partnership with the Belles over the next couple of years and, we hope, beyond this - their inclusion into the new semi-professional women's football league launching in April 2011 has been the result of sheer hard work and determination on their part over the years and it is thoroughly deserved - we are thrilled to be part of it and will look to support the club all the way.
O'Neill's is an Irish company founded in 1918 and have a wealth of experience in delivering a wide range of team and leisure wear across the UK and Ireland. We design and manufacture our own produce in Ireland and are very proud of our quality and customer service, two aspects which we believe sealed our partnership with the Belles for the coming two seasons. We would like to wish them all the very best for the coming season within the new FA Women's Super League."
Belles manager John Buckley added: "We are very impressed with O'Neill's' open and honest approach to business - we believe they are the ideal kit supplier to compliment our club. We have both got a very long and proud history and we look forward to working with each other over the coming years.
"O'Neill's pride themselves with quality and customer service, manufacturing the match day playing kits in Ireland gives them the capability of producing a bespoke strip within a few weeks. We look forward to promoting the O'Neill's brand."
From left to right: Paul Green (Assistant Manager), Scott Duncanson (Coach), Kasia Lipka, Precious Hamilton, Vicky Exley, Lyndsey Cunningham, Becky Hall, Aine O'Gorman, Kylla Sjoman, Katie Holtham (Captain), Charlotte Bennett, Maria Karlsson, Millie Bright, Amy Turner, Sarah Owen, Tori Williams, Naomi Chadwick, John Buckley (Manager), Matthew Hall-Naylor (Physio).
Photo - Steve Uttley.
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