The Bathroom Company are delighted to be proudly sponsoring Edinburgh’s Murrayfield Wanderers RFC 1st XV this coming season
The Bathroom Company are delighted to announce they will be proudly sponsoring Edinburgh’s Murrayfield Wanderers RFC 1st XV this coming season.
Following their fantastic league-winning victory in April over Dunbar, the club have the opportunity to win both the league and Scottish Shield Cup in the final against Carrick on Saturday 22nd April.
The club are on the verge of making history, as the ladies’ team, having also won the league, will be appearing in the cup final too, against Hillhead Jordan, giving the club the chance to become the first to win both the men’s and ladies’ doubles.
It has been a fantastic season for Murrayfield Wanderers and manager Ross Malcolm can’t wait for the final.
“It’s been a fantastic season for us and there’s a real buzz around the club. This would really be the icing on the cake, and although it’s been a long time coming and a stressful journey, we can’t wait.”
Murrayfield Wanderers have had a fantastic season on the pitch, and Ross knows that good news behind the scenes will help to bring more success to the club.
“At our level, any type of funding is fantastic, so we’re delighted to be sponsored by The Bathroom Company, as it will be a massive help. We’re currently in the process of moving into a new clubhouse, so we hope this funding will bring us even more success.”
Away from the club, Ross has been involved in the installation of The Bathroom Company’s new Edinburgh showroom, and is delighted to be extending their partnership.
“It’s been great working on the new showroom for The Bathroom Company, which is going to look stunning once it’s finished, and we’re really happy to have formed this partnership and be receiving this support from them.”
The Bathroom Company managing director Lawrence Haddow is delighted to be sponsoring the club and is hoping for more success in the final. “We’re really pleased to be sponsoring Murrayfield Wanderers, and we can’t wait to watch them try and write themselves into the history books. Winning the league alone is a fantastic achievement, and we will be cheering them on in their cup finals.”