Ridgeway Rovers ‘score’ new kits with support from Fujitsu

Dundonald's Ridgeway Rovers Football Club is set to score in style following the donation of new sports kit from leading ICT solutions company, Fujitsu. The under 8's squad (pictured) play in the Castlereagh Small-Sided Games League. Established in 2003, Ridgway Rovers offers young people between the ages of 6-17, the opportunity to develop their football and social skills. The football club has over 1,000 members with over 50 coaching volunteers and committee members as well as almost 250 players. Sinead Dillon, Principal Consultant at Fujitsu said; "Supporting the ethos of team work and respect is important to Fujitsu so we're delighted to lend our support to Ridgway Rovers Football Club. It's clear that the under 8's squad plays with passion and embraces sportsmanship, and we wish them well over the coming season."

Dundonald's Ridgeway Rovers Football Club is set to score in style following the donation of new sports kit from leading ICT solutions company, Fujitsu. The under 8's squad (pictured) play in the Castlereagh Small-Sided Games League.   Established in 2003, Ridgway Rovers offers young people between the ages of 6-17, the opportunity to develop their football and social skills.  The football club has over 1,000 members with over 50 coaching volunteers and committee members as well as almost 250 players.  Sinead Dillon, Principal Consultant at Fujitsu said; "Supporting the ethos of team work and respect is important to Fujitsu so we're delighted to lend our support to Ridgway Rovers Football Club. It's clear that the under 8's squad plays with passion and embraces sportsmanship, and we wish them well over the coming season."

Dundonald’s Ridgeway Rovers Football Club is set to score in style following the donation of new sports kit from leading ICT solutions company, Fujitsu. The under 8’s squad (pictured) play in the Castlereagh Small-Sided Games League. 

Established in 2003, Ridgway Rovers offers young people between the ages of 6-17, the opportunity to develop their football and social skills.  The football club has over 1,000 members with over 50 coaching volunteers and committee members as well as almost 250 players.

Sinead Dillon, Principal Consultant at Fujitsu said; “Supporting the ethos of team work and respect is important to Fujitsu so we’re delighted to lend our support to Ridgway Rovers Football Club. It’s clear that the under 8’s squad plays with passion and embraces sportsmanship, and we wish them well over the coming season.”