Things continue to look up as Princess Yachts extend deal
The Herald|August 12, 2023
THINGS are really starting to ramp back up with Plymouth Albion having completed two friendlies the past week against Redruth and Devonport Services.
Ellie Venables
Things continue to look up as Princess Yachts extend deal

It was fantastic to not only see a win but see the strength and depth we have available this season, particularly the amount of local talent emerging. That said, Services certainly did not give us an easy ride, making sure our young squad worked hard for the eventual 26-21 win.

If you are reading this, and it's before 3pm, make sure you get yourself down to Brickfields as today, we are taking on North Devon side Barnstaple. We would love to see as many of you there as possible.

Off the rugby pitch, I am delighted to talk with you about some of the partnerships we have developed during the off season.

The first partnership initially started last January with Princess Yachts, the UK's leading luxury yacht manufacturer, whereby Princess where able to offer discounted tickets to employees, host matchday sponsorship and provide enjoyable activities for both employees' children and other children within the local Plymouth community.

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