Egan Waste Services Ltd will continue their long standing and greatly valued sponsorship partnership with Pontypridd RFC into the new season.
The backing of this locally based company, and the huge commitment shown by directors John and Danny Egan, has been a constant factor in the survival and success of Pontypridd RFC over the past six years.
Egan Waste Services Ltd stepped in as the club’s main sponsors during the difficult period of the new semi-professional era, and has remained loyal to that commitment throughout. The company will now extend their partnership with Pontypridd RFC as one of the club’s core backers.
In announcing the continuation of Egan Waste Ltd’s sponsorship of the club, Ponty Rugby Ltd Hon. Director of Finance, Peter Howells, commented: “We are delighted that Egan Waste is to continue its sponsorship partnership with Ponty Rugby for the coming season. Danny and John Egan have been great supporters of our club for many years, and their commitment to Ponty Rugby has greatly contributed to our past successes.
“With Ponty Rugby qualifying for the inaugural season of the British and Irish Cup, the continued support of Egan Waste is fantastic news for us, and will once again be a key factor in our attempt to bring future success to our club.”
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