Entry-level students at Coleg Sir Gâr are sporting a professional look thanks to a new football strip provided by Leisure Leagues, the UK’s largest provider of small-sided football leagues.
The college’s entry-level programme aims to help those with additional and physical needs to access education, learn life skills and gain skills for development and progression.
Kevin Harrison, area manager for Leisure Leagues said: “We are very happy to continue our ongoing relationship with supportive staff at Coleg Sir Gâr, using their excellent facilities.
“There are many physical and social benefits associated with staying active and football provides the perfect opportunity for all ages and abilities to keep fit and have fun.
“We look forward to following all teams at the college this year and new teams are always welcome.”
Matthew Jones, entry-level lecturer and Duke of Edinburgh coordinator said: “The jerseys are a fantastic asset for sport and entry level.
“In the past, we have had to borrow kit so with a steady increase in tournaments over the years a big thank you to Kevin Harrison at Leisure Leagues, the kit is very much appreciated.”
Pic: from left, Coleg Sir Gâr lecturer Matthew Jones, Leisure Leagues area manager Kevin Harrison, some of the entry-level football squad, 5x30 sports development officer Natalie Allen and Marc Davies.