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Battens Sponsor The Tiny Terras

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Published at 7:57am 30th October 2014.

Young Weymouth footballers will now be kicking off in style thanks to new sponsorship from a local law firm.

Battens Solicitors are sponsoring Weymouth under 8's - The Tiny Terras - for the next two seasons so they can get a new kit.

Weymouth FC vice-chairman and a director of the club, Tony Greaves said: "It is great to see a local business supporting the club and youth football in this way."

Cherise Luke-Bennett, who is in charge of Battens' Weymouth office and who is joint head of the family team, said: "Grassroots football is just the sort of initiative the Battens Charitable Trust has been set up to support.

"The Tiny Terras sponsorship is a fantastic opportunity to help such an enthusiastic group of children take part in something they clearly enjoy.

"We wish them every success in the coming season and hope they will score lots of goals in their new kit."

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