Coaching staff land new Sponsor

By Ian Lovell | 08/05/2014

NG Landscapes have agreed to be the official South Wales Scorpions coaching staff sponsor for 2014 season.

Nigel who has worked in the industry for over 20 years and has run his current business for the last 10 years is vastly experienced and offers domestic gardening, commercial landscaping and is a registered namgrass (artificial grass) installer.

Paul Emanuelli, Scorpions assistant coach said "We are very grateful for Nigel and his company's sponsorship and welcome him on board. I worked with Nigel about eight years ago and we have stayed friends ever since. He is a top bloke and is a brilliant landscaper."

Nigel said "I'm really pleased to be able to sponsor Paul and Mike and will hopefully be able to sponsor the Scorpions going forward. I wish you all the best for the rest of the season."

Visit NG Landscapes at http://www.nglandscapesltd.co.uk/

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