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Kent Reliance team up with Kent FA in community partnership

By KentOnline reporter

Kent Reliance have been announced as the Kent FA’s first community partner.

The new-look sponsorship, which covers 24 county cup finals as well as the Kent Girls and Disability Player Development Centres, also saw a community day take place last month.

The Kent Reliance Community Cup was played as part of the day at K Sports, where a Kent FA and Kent Reliance XI went up against a Demelza Hospice for Children XI.

The Kent Reliance and Kent FA team and opponents Demelza House at the Community Day
The Kent Reliance and Kent FA team and opponents Demelza House at the Community Day

“It’s an exciting time to be involved in Kent football,” said Kent Reliance PR & events manager Robert Gurr.

“We look forward to celebrating the success of Kent’s football teams and players over the coming season.

“I was delighted that we were able to have launched this great partnership with a successful Community Day and charity match this season, putting Kent Reliance at the heart of the community in Kent.”

Kent FA chief executive Paul Dolan added: “Throughout our relationship with Kent Reliance, they have shown how committed they are to the grassroots football community in Kent and it seemed like a natural fit for them to continue as our first community partner.”

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