CHRISTMAS will be coming early this year for one lucky local junior football team, as The Southern Reporter has teamed up with The Co-operative Insurance to give away a full set of kit.
The high-quality gear is made by Italian sportswear manufacturer Errea and consists of 15 outfield strips and one goalkeeper strip (choose from chest size 32in or 34in). The kit is also pre-numbered and packed into a compact bag that can be easily carried, so your whole side will be ready to hit the pitch straight away.
The Co-operative Insurance sponsors cup competitions in Scotland and Northern Ireland and supports grassroots football initiatives throughout the UK.
Since the launch of its grassroots programme in 1999 The Co-operative Insurance has supplied children’s teams with more than 3,700 sets of kit and 600 sets of equipment and provided football coaching for more than 16,500 children.
The Co-operative Insurance is part of The Co-operative Financial Services which operates through the brands The Co-operative Bank, The Co-operative Insurance, The Co-operative Investments, The Co-operative Asset Management, Britannia, Platform and Smile the Internet Bank. For more information visit www.co-operativeinsurance.co.uk
If you want to give your local team a boost with The Co-operative Insurance, just answer the following question:
How many junior teams have received a set of Co-operative Insurance kit?
And send your entry with name, address, telephone number and the size required (32in or 34in chest – unfortunately we can’t do mixed sets) to The Co-operative Insurance Kit competition, The Southern Reporter, The Hermitage, High Street, Selkirk, TD7 4DA by Monday, December 20.
Terms and conditions: Entrants must supply a valid contact telephone number and delivery address; no cash alternative will be provided; standard competition rules apply; the editor’s decision is final.