North Walsham Angels net new sponsorship deal
- Credit: NWES
They kicked off at the start of the 2014/2015 season with no confirmed keeper and experienced a difficult start of consecutive losses.
But, re-grouping under manager Kevin Wager, North Walsham Angels Football Club has trained hard and turned their fortunes around in the past two years - netting promotion to Division 1 and a new sponsor in Norwich-based enterprise agency Nwes.
Now, despite starting the new season as underdogs, they have opened their latest campaign with two victories scoring 12 goals in the process.
Club member Emily Farmer said: 'We are certainly the underdogs this season but are already making our mark in Division 1 with a 6-4 win at home to Bungay and a 6-0 win away at Fakenham. Whilst arriving into the top division we wanted to be sponsored by a professional business hence our application to Nwes.'
Specialising in advice, finance and premises for businesses across East Anglia, Nwes are the largest non-profit enterprise agency in the UK and are proud to align with the local club.
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Kevin Horne, CEO of Nwes, said: 'The North Walsham Angels are an excellent example of people that we love to help - ambitious, talented and determined. Nwes prides itself on being part of the local community and if the ladies can achieve as well as their early season results promise, they will go on to achieve great things.'
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