The Neale Wade Sports Academy have announced a new sponsorship with Peterborough-based Liqui Moly.
Liqui Moly produce innovative hi-tech products for all motoring needs and their financial support will enable the academy to continue to support the most able students who have successfully gained a place.
The academy now supports 80 students across three sports, rugby, football and netball offering them excellent coaching and guidance within their chosen sports.
Mark Smith. managing director at Liqui Moly said “We believe in supporting the young at grass roots level, in a hope that our support is a small part of the great things to come. From personal self esteem to another Olympic medal? We look forward to a long term partnership.”
Neale Wade’s Ben Crosbie commented: “This term the students have benefited from coaching sessions from Matt Clements (Soccer all Stars), Lucy Peyton (Chatteris Foxes), Ruth Russell, and Matt Cockin as well as having the opportunity to visit Wembley to watch England v France.
“Post Christmas there will be further coaching sessions from the above mentioned coaches as well as theoretical sessions based around training methods and analysis of performance using computer software.”