CNet Training sponsorship Aug 2019 1

CNet extend their Senior Cup support

CNet Training are to sponsor a Suffolk FA county cup for a seventh successive season.

CNet Training are to sponsor a Suffolk FA county cup for a seventh successive season.

The global leader in technical education for the digital infrastructure industry first sponsored Suffolk FA in the 2013-14 season.

CNet Training sponsored the Suffolk Junior Cup for three seasons, the last of which saw the company, which is based in Fornham St Genevieve just outside Bury St Edmunds, also sponsor the Suffolk Senior Cup.

The 2019-20 season will be the fifth year running that clubs will be competing in the CNet Training Suffolk Senior Cup.

Sarah Parks, Director of Marketing at CNet Training, said: “CNet is pleased to continue to sponsor the Senior Cup for the 2019-20 season.

“We really enjoy working with Suffolk FA and to be part of such a great community driven competition.  The sportsmanship displayed is excellent and the support the teams receive throughout the competition is always amazing.

Sarah, who said CNet now have their own five-a-side team that plays once a fortnight, added: “We look forward to another great season and yet another thrilling final.”

Suffolk FA Chief Executive Richard Neal said: “I’m delighted our partnership with CNet Training, a global leading brand from right here in Suffolk, will continue into the 2019-20 season.   

“With 32 teams in the hat this season, the competition for the most historic trophy in Suffolk is set to be as exciting as ever.”

Pictured above (left to right) are Suffolk FA Chief Executive Richard Neal, CNet Training Business Development Manager Ken Hillyer and CNet Training Director of Marketing & Communications Sarah Parks.

The photograph was taken at Old Newton United FC, who will be taking part in the competition for the first time in several years after winning promotion to the Senior Division of the SIL last season.

The draw for the first round of this season’s competition will be announced on BBC Radio Suffolk during the Saturday afternoon sports programme between 5.30pm and 6pm.

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