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Donaldson Timber Systems sponsors new kit for Chipping Norton Swifts FC U14s team

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Donaldson Timber Systems sponsors new kit for Chipping Norton Swifts FC U14s team
Donaldson Timber Systems is sponsoring the new kit for Chipping Norton Swifts FC U14s team

The Oxfordshire-based football club, Chipping Norton Swifts FC, has kicked off its new season with a great start, thanks to a sponsorship deal with manufacturer Donaldson Timber Systems.

Donaldson Timber Systems, the UK’s offsite timber frame specialist, is supporting the football club by sponsoring a new kit for the for Chipping Norton Swifts FC U14s team.

With a successful start to the season, including moving up to Division A of the Witney and District Youth Football League and winning the first round of the Oxfordshire County Cup, the team has an exciting year of matches ahead of them.

Patrick Timms, Production Supervisor at Donaldson Timber Systems and coach of Chipping Norton Swifts U14s Black, said: “The U14s Black team has gone from strength to strength over the past seven years.

“Seeing the boys improve their skills, work together, and gain confidence has been incredibly rewarding. I feel so proud seeing the team in the Donaldson Timber Systems kit and I can’t wait to see what the rest of the season brings.”

Rod Allan, managing director of Donaldson Timber Systems, said: “Investing in local communities around our sites is always at the forefront of our values.

“Chipping Norton Swifts FC is a vital part of the local area and encourages children of all ages to have fun outdoors and stay healthy, so we are really proud to sponsor the team. We wish the U14s Black team a successful season.”

Donaldson Timber Systems (DTS) is the UK’s market-leading offsite timber systems manufacturer, supplying the UK housebuilding market with state-of-the-art open and closed panel timber frames for nearly 50 years.

The company’s manufacturing plant in Witney is located near the Chipping Norton Swifts FC training ground at Greystones.

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