SA1 Solutions and SA1 Telecoms sponsor under 15’s teams with Newton Athletics


SA1 Solutions and SA1 Telecoms are delighted to announce their sponsorship of the under 15’s teams at Newton Athletics FC.  

As an organisation we have sponsored the club for the last three years and are pleased to continue this support, especially during these uncertain times. Newton Athletics is an established organisation that provides football and sports training to children in the area. Established in October 2017 the club has gone from strength to strength and now boasts over 230 registered players, and over 12 FA Wales trained coaches. The club is very community focused and over the years has organised many family and community activities, including BBQ’s, sponsored walks, beach football and quiz nights, in addition to weekly coaching sessions and matches.

Simon Ahearne, Managing Director of SA1 Solutions and SA1 Telecoms:

“Supporting our community is something that is extremely important to the SA1 Group, this is something the businesses have always felt strongly about and believe this is even more important now more than ever. It was great to see the kids back on the pitch, training and playing again!”

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