A trophy-winning girls' football team has new kit thanks to Swindon fitness trainer Bryony Bradbury.
Bryony, who is not only a personal trainer but a mental health first aider, a menopause wellness practitioner and a specialist in nutrition and weight loss, spoke of her delight and pride in sponsoring the team.
Bryony has agreed to sponsor the team for two years, and the new strip bears the logo of her company.
She said: "I keep seeing in the press self-employed men sponsoring boys teams so I really wanted to address the balance for women and girls, especially playing football."
A club spokesperson said: "The current U11 girls have played an important part in the club and have won numerous trophies along the way, and recently retained the Oxfordshire Girls Cup for 2023.
"The team is made of 14 very talented young females."
The sponsorship deal came about because Bryony trains with Darren and Vicky Smewing, parents of player Lexie.
The team was founded in 2019 by Dean Hall, and in their first year in the Oxford League had to play up a year as there was no Under-Eight category.
This gave the players the chance to grow as a team and gain experience ahead of the following season, when they played as Under-Nines.
During the covid pandemic, the founder kept the team members in touch with one another with a weekly Zoom quiz, and in the three years since they have won the Oxford Girls Cup every year.
Further information about Bryony Bradbury and her work can be found at https://www.facebook.com/BryonyBradburyPersonalTrainer/
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