A young farmers organisation, with 11 clubs across Cheshire, watched Sale Sharks’ Premiership Rugby Cup semi-final clash with Saracens, thanks to free tickets from Printerland.
The Cheshire Federation of Young Farmers, which gives young people working in agriculture a safe space to socialise, watched on as Sale Sharks claim a place in the Premiership Rugby Final last Friday night.
The Federation boasts approximately 700 members aged 14 to 30, who regularly take part in sports activities, including football, netball, and hockey leagues which run throughout the year.
It also runs competitions in entertainment, debating, and numerous other events to help its young people learn new skills, gain confidence, and make new friends.
Mark Cueto, Sale Sharks Commercial Director, said: “We were delighted to welcome the Cheshire Federation of Young Farmers to the AJ Bell Stadium on Friday evening. As an organisation heavily involved in sports, it’s fantastic that they were able to come and see two top sides in action.
“It was fantastic to see another group of young people engaging with Rugby here at Sale Sharks, which is what Printerland’s ticket donation initiative is all about.”
The clubs were given the match tickets by Altrincham-based firm, Printerland, a key club sponsor and the UK’s largest reseller of printers, ink cartridges and toners.
The donation was part of Printerland’s ongoing commitment to inclusiveness and a wider initiative that aims to introduce new audiences to the game of rugby.
For more information about Printerland, visit www.printerland.co.uk.