REHAU is sponsoring the Ross-on-Wye First XI Cricket Club as it prepares to play in the Marches League Division One next season.
Founded in 1837, the cricket club has its first league title in more than two decades, having beat Cleobury Mortimer in the penultimate match of the season.
The club offers locals two senior men’s Saturday teams, a senior-friendly team playing on Sundays, a junior cricket team and training sessions for all.
Martin Hitchin, Chief Executive from REHAU, comments: “As a major employer in Ross-on-Wye, we are always keen to support the local community where we can and are so proud to have supported the cricket club in its winning campaign this season.”
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