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Rhiwbina RFC under 10’s side has received a sponsorship boost from gas emergency and pipeline service, Wales & West Utilities, after the company donated £300 to support one of its colleague’s volunteering efforts.

Wales & West Utilities Head of IT, Craig Armstrong, is marking five years as a volunteer coach with the club’s 30-strong under 10’s team and now, thanks to the donation, the club has purchased new kit which will mean the team will start the new season in style, proudly wearing Wales & West Utilities logo on their shirts.

I have been involved with the young side for five years now and get a great deal of satisfaction watching them grow into a fantastic team.

I know how supportive my employer is of the efforts colleagues go to make a difference to the communities in which they work and live and we are delighted that Wales & West Utilities has supported us.

We are a local club so to receive donations like this is wonderful. On behalf of all players, I’d like to say thank you – we’ll be proud to wear the company logo on our shirts for the forthcoming season.
Craig Armstrong

Wales & West Utilities provided the funding as part of its commitment to support the volunteering efforts of its colleagues and the communities it serves.

Local clubs are reliant on the volunteering efforts of people like Craig, and we’re delighted to lend our support.

We are committed to supporting the volunteering efforts of our colleagues and are only too pleased to help all those involved in Rhiwbina RFC and we wish them the best of luck for the upcoming season.

Sarah Hopkins, Wales & West Utilities People & Engagement Director

Wales & West Utilities look after the pipes that keep the gas flowing to heat the homes and power businesses of 7.5m people across Wales and south west England. They operate the gas emergency service, connect new homes and businesses, and upgrade the gas network so it’s safe today and fit for a green future.