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Share in the future of Ponty Rugby

5.2.2011

Share in the future of Ponty Rugby
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There is an opportunity for supporters and benefactors of Pontypridd RFC to purchase shares in Ponty Rugby Ltd, providing an excellent means of investing in the future of the club.

An increase in the authorised share capital of the company was sanctioned by the 2010 AGM, providing an opportunity for people to invest in the club and to become shareholders with full voting rights in the limited company.

Shares are priced at £50 each and can be purchased in two ways:

  • Buying shares outright in any multiples of £50 (a share application form is attached).
  • Buying shares through a standing order scheme, with set monthly payment of whatever amount, with every £50 accrued generating a new share certificate in your name. 

For further information on the share issue please contact the Club Office on 01443 405006 /  

“These are exciting times for Ponty Rugby, with the team competing successfully in the Principality Premiership, the British & Irish and the SWALEC Cup. Becoming a shareholder is a great opportunity to be part of this wonderful club. 

“You can now join the Ponty Rugby family, and further enjoy the "Ponty Rugby Experience", by becoming a shareholder in this magnificent rugby club.”

Stephen Reardon
CEO

 

              

 

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