Investec becomes Title Partner of Schools Championships

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England Hockey is delighted to announce that Investec Wealth & Investment have become the Title Partner of the Schools Championships for Girls.

Investec already support women’s hockey at all levels in the UK; from Quicksticks, the Women’s Domestic Club League competitions through to the elite level as Principal Partner to the England & Great Britain women’s team. We are now excited to be working with the Wealth & Investment division on girls’ schools’ hockey to continue to help us grow the game throughout the country.

Investec’s support to date has enabled us to run fantastic events for our clubs and international team and with this extended relationship now including the schools Championships we are confident that the young players who take part will be inspired by a competition even bigger and better than ever before. We are sure with Investec Wealth & Investment’s involvement the experience of players’, teachers’ and organisers ’ will be enhanced further. As part of the launch of this fantastic collaboration Investec Wealth & Investment are offering all competing schools the chance to win a training session with some of the stars of GB Hockey. For more information and to get involved please go to the hashtag #InvestecHockey and twitter handle @investecwin.

Competitions Manager, Stephen Barlow, said “Investec Wealth & Investment’s sponsorship is a real boost to the competition. Their support of our league finals has been fantastic and enabled us to improve that event. It is great that the next generation of players will also benefit from Investec’s support.”

Kate Dixon, Senior Marketing Manager, Investec Wealth & Investment said “We are delighted to be able to build on Investec’s wider support of women’s hockey in the UK with Investec Wealth & Investment sponsoring this year’s Investec Schools Championships for Girls. It’s great to see participation in sport from girls of all ages, and we wish all this year’s competitors the very best of luck”.