Price Bailey is pleased to announce their continuing support at Cambridge Rugby Club this season. Following promotion at the end of last season, Cambridge topped National League One to reach the RFU Championship; which celebrates the highest level the club have ever played in. This weekend (28th October) was Cambridge’s first home match of the season in the Championship against Doncaster Knights.
Due to the sad demise of Jersey Reds at the end of September, and the precarious state of some Premiership clubs, there will be no relegation from the Championship this season. Therefore, Cambridge is guaranteed two seasons in the RFU Championship at least, which the club sees as a great opportunity to establish themselves within the league.
Several partners from the Price Bailey Cambridge office attended the first home game of the season to offer their support, as well as hand out the Man of the Match award, which Price Bailey also sponsors. In attendance were Martin Clapson, Paul Cullen, Simon Blake, Jamie Gladstone, Stuart Curtis, Phil Sharpe, Adam Norman, William Wilson, Andrew Booth, and Gary Frear.
The firm’s connection to the club runs deeper than simply sponsorship, Tom Hoppe who is an accountant based at our Cambridge office, also plays for Cambridge Rugby first team. Tom is able to use the firm’s Smart Working policy to ensure he can manage both his career at Price Bailey and his passion for playing rugby.
We recognise that our people have lives outside of work. Our Smart Working culture means that you have flexibility to work when and where you want so long as it does not disrupt our clients, your supervision and study or your team. Whether you take part in a netball team and need to leave early for matches, you need to take your children to nursery or you simply need some time away from the office to concentrate – we want to make sure you’re comfortable working at your very best.
Price Bailey has been a long-term supporter and sponsor of Cambridge Rugby. As the club enters its centennial year of celebration, they really value its sponsors who have been around for many years despite the increased interest the club has seen since their promotion, due to several games now being shown live on TV.
On Saturday, despite a hard-fought match, Doncaster took the win 61-14. Cambridge’s Harry Morley and Elias Caven both scored tries. Man of the match was given to Cambridge’s Jake Ellwood and was proudly awarded by our Price Bailey partners. This season will provide invaluable experience for the team and is expected to be fraught with challenges.
We had a great time supporting Cambridge Rugby Club on Saturday, and while the result wasn’t what we hoped for, Price Bailey is delighted to provide continuing support to the club as the team embark on a new, exciting chapter this season. We look forward to following their journey over the coming months.
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