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Basketball - Cowboys Continue Teaming With GH Podiatry

basketball Giles Heaman


12:04pm 5th October 2012

Within the 2011/12 season GH Podiatry stepped in to assist in the development of basketball, giving the club the opportunity to purchase a new kit for Weymouth second team. Weymouth Basketball Club continuing to offer opportunities for all ages and abilities to participate. 

With other sponsors renewing support towards the first team (Bandits) it is a huge boost that GH Podiatry are stepping forward and continuing their agreement with Weymouth Basketball to be the lead sponsor of the clubs second team, the Cowboys. 

Cowboys Coach Tim Kingman, “After discussions with GH Podiatry, they were very keen to specifically support players that are quickly moving up the club ranks. It’s also with great pleasure that the club will continue to be called ‘Weymouth GH Podiatry Cowboys’ in respect to our on-going partnership.” 

GH Podiatry deliver medical care as part of 'Formotion Clinics' alongside Physiotherapy (Matt Flux), Osteopathy (Oliver Wilson), and Sports massage (Gordon Sharp). 

“This particular partnership is one we feel is the natural direction of how we can create links with those businesses that are directly involved in the community’s wellbeing. GH Podiatry has taken a huge step for those supporting their community and we hope our partnership will continue.” 



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