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Westferry Youth Academy bags a sponsor

PUBLISHED: 16:00 27 November 2018

Westferry team pose for the camera (Pic: Sebastian Summers)

Westferry team pose for the camera (Pic: Sebastian Summers)

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Westferry Youth Academy has bagged a sponsor with Chalegrove Property Ltd coming on board for the 2018/19 season.

CPL, who have been based in Tower Hamlets for almost 20 years, are keen to help the academy continue their recent success by paying for day-to-day costs as well as supporting a number of community initiatives.

Having started out as a small grass-roots organisation in Tower Hamlets, Westferry YA has grown exponentially in recent years.

This year saw Westferry Youth’s under-16 team memorably crowned champions of the Tower Hamlets Youth League and also make it through to their first-ever appearance in a cup final.

Director of Football Muhammad Saif said: “We are delighted to confirm CPL will be our sponsor for the 2018/19 football season.

“Through our discussions with them, we have been impressed with their interest in the long-term development of the Academy.”

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