New partnership for local netballers

The partnership will help the team compete to the best of their ability. Photo: WBOP Magic/Facebook

Netball Waikato Bay of Plenty have the pleasure of announcing a commercial partnership with local home builder, Burns Construction, to help support the Zone’s team in the Beko National League.

The company is the first sponsor of the Zone’s premier amateur representative team and their support is an important vote of confidence for Netball Waikato Bay of Plenty’s performance pathway and team.

Playing a full schedule of home and away games in the Beko National League, takes a significant amount of commitment and sacrifice from the all members of the team and the support from Burns Construction will help the team compete to the best of their ability.

“We are thrilled to welcome Burns Construction as a sponsor of our Beko National League team,” says Netball Waikato Bay of Plenty Chief Executive, Rohan West.

“The management of Burns Construction have connections to grassroots netball, so they know the dedication required to compete at the higher echelons of the non-professional structure.

“Being the first commercial partner for the team is a terrific milestone for them and us.  Their support will have a positive impact on the teams’ preparations for the season.”

 Burns Construction Managing Director, Chris Burns says they are equally as excited for the partnership.

“We strongly believe in supporting and developing young people in the Waikato. The sponsorship of up and coming local players in the Beko competition is the perfect fit for why we do what we do.

“We wish the Waikato Bay of Plenty team the best of luck for a successful 2018 season.”


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