Marc Sfakianakis packing down with Cardiff Quins International players: Kerry Jenkins (Wales), Amber Penrith (England), Rachel Taylor (Wales), Claire Malloy (Ireland), Catrin Edwards (Wales) and Becky Newton (Wales)
Cardiff Quins have been given a boost to their season thanks to Eazychem, who have kindly sponsored the squad's training kit this year.
Following the success of the team winning the Women's National Cup back in April for the second consecutive year, Eazychem were only too happy to renew their sponsorship deal for another year.
Speaking about the deal, team captain Rachel Taylor said: "The sponsorship by Eazychem is a real bonus for us. As women's rugby is completely amateur and we normally have to pay for everything, gestures like these are amazing and welcomed by all the players."
Marc Sfakianakis, managing director of Eazychem commented: "It is fantastic that we are able to support sport at grass roots level where it really makes a difference to local players and community clubs. I wish the players a successful season and hope that they can go on and retain the National Cup for another year."
The team train every Thursday evening at Cardiff High School Old Boys in Whitchurch, Cardiff and play their matches on Sundays. The club also run girls' Under 18 and Under 15 teams. To find out more about joining the club visit www.chsobrfc.co.uk for more information.
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