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  • International Workplace
  • 17 November 2005
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Workplace Law sponsors international rugby in Cambridge

Workplace Law Group has just been announced as the official match sponsor of the forthcoming CU RUFC v Samoa match, taking place at 7pm on Friday, 11 November at Grange Road in Cambridge.

The occasion is a very special one in the University rugby calendar, promising Friday night action of the highest quality as the Samoans bring their test team to Cambridge in a last-minute warm up for their internationals against Scotland and England later on in the month.

Commenting on the international fixture, Managing Director David Sharp was delighted at the news:

“It’s not everyday that you get the chance to sponsor an international rugby match in Cambridge, so when we heard the Samoans were visiting we jumped at the chance to get involved. Workplace Law works with several of the Cambridge colleges and will naturally be supporting the CU RUFC boys on the day. I’m certain that it will be a great test for the Samoans before they go on to play Scotland and England and that the match will be a great spectacle for local fans on the night.”

Another person clearly happy with the prospect of the game is Ian Minto, manager of CURUFC:

"We are extremely happy to be hosting this game and the players will relish the opportunity of competing against international opponents. The match should provide Cambridge Rugby aficionados with an exciting and entertaining Friday night out. I am expecting a large crowd and a great atmosphere."

Established in 1995, Workplace Law Group provides a range of support services to help businesses get to grips with their responsibilities under health and safety, premises and employment law. Based on Station Road in Cambridge, Workplace Law has consistently led the field in online advice and information, serving more than 40,000 businesses throughout the UK.

Further information about Workplace Law Group is available from Marketing and Sales Manager Ben Daft, tel. 01223 431060 or email ben.daft@workplacelaw.net