Porsche Centre Wilmslow is delighted to announce that we are now sponsoring Wilmslow Rugby Club.
Wilmslow Rugby Club has a proud tradition of competing at the top level of amateur rugby. The junior section boasts over 350 players across the 10 age groups and Sundays are a hive of activity where 'rugby for all' is the mantra.
In the senior section, the club runs three senior teams and an occasional veteran (over 35's) team. The club also has plans for a ladies team soon and their 'one club' ethos is certainly alive and well.
Jason Shenton, Centre Principal at Porsche Centre Wilmslow, commented “We are very proud to engage with Wilmslow Rugby Club, and we are looking forward to seeing our name on the new season’s rugby shirts. We wish the team huge success in the 2018/2019 season and we look forward to supporting them”.
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