Shirt sponsors Patchett Joinery congratulate Bradford City Women’s Football Club on cup wins
Bradford City Women’s Football Club shirt sponsors Patchett Joinery have offered their congratulations after the first team recently beat local rivals Leeds United Ladies 3-1 to win the West Riding County Cup and the reserves beat Cardiff City 5-3 in extra time to win the Reserve League Cup.
The Yorkshire based timber window and door manufactures have sponsored Bradford City Women’s FC for several years and managing director James Patchett was delighted to see the first and reserve teams both win silverware within a matter of weeks of each other.
James commented: “The County Cup is a prestigious tournament and everyone at Patchett Joinery was pleased to see the first team claim the trophy – particularly as the final was against local rivals Leeds United. A few weeks later the reserve team won their competition against Cardiff City, rounding off an excellent season. It’s great to have Patchett Joinery associated with such a successful team and we look forward to sponsoring them next season and hopefully watching them continue their winning streak.”
Bradford City Women’s FC is managed by Steve Winterburn, who is the site manager of Yorkshire based MJ Dennison Builders. MJ Dennison Builders have sourced their timber windows from Patchett Joinery for a number of years, and after building a good relationship, Steve approached the supplier and asked if they would be happy to sponsor his team.
Steve comments: “When we were looking for shirt sponsors a few years ago Patchett Joinery seemed like the obvious choice. They’re a company that has a history of supporting the local community and I was pleased when they agreed to offer sponsorship. I would like to thank Patchett Joinery for their support and we look forward to continuing our relationship.”
Patchett Joinery and MJ Dennison Builders have worked on numerous projects together and are currently in the process of refurbishing The Malt Shovel, an old Victorian pub that is being converted into houses. Patchett Joinery is supplying timber sliding sash windows and MJ Dennison Builders are carrying out the rest of the refurbishment.