Bargate Homes’ Sales Manager Andrew French and Marketing Manager Jade Henley visited The Romsey School recently to see the boy’s hockey team with their new sponsored kit. The new kit was provided by Bargate Homes and Tailor Made Kitchens to celebrate the great success the U14’s achieved in winning the County Hockey Tournament last season. They threw their new shirts into the air to celebrate the start of a new season with us and Tailor Made Kitchens as sponsors and expressed their excitement for the upcoming games.
Whilst at the school they had the pleasure of meeting the schools Executive Headteacher Jonathan De Sausmarez, P.E teacher, Amy Sheehan who runs the hockey team, Emily Slade a Geography teacher at the school who is also a hockey coach and Managing Director of Tailor Made Kitchens, Ray Sheehan, a long term business associate of Bargate. We are delighted to be supporting the youths and wish them the best of luck for the season ahead.
Amy Sheehan expressed her gratitude and explained why the kit meant so much to her and the team.
“Having only joined The Romsey School just before Christmas I took the U14 boys to the county tournament in February, where they played outstandingly against both state and private schools. They were the only team there that didn’t have proper playing shirts, so as a reward and an incentive to keep playing and progressing I said to the boys I would look into getting new kit. I am so pleased that Bargate have been able to help. The PE Department and the hockey teams are incredibly grateful as we wouldn’t have been able to get the kit without their support. They boys and I are so pleased with the kit and they can’t wait to wear it when the season starts again in September.”