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PUBLISHED: 17:06 28 August 2019 | UPDATED: 17:06 28 August 2019

Lowestoft & Yarmouth Rugby Club has teamed up with Sentinel Leisure’s Adventure Island Play Park for an exciting new partnership that will see the L&Y’s Mini’s Tag Rugby Teams – The Pirates – wearing a new Pirate-style shirt for the next three seasons displaying the Adventure Island logo. Picture: L&Y/Sentinel Leisure

Lowestoft & Yarmouth Rugby Club has teamed up with Sentinel Leisure's Adventure Island Play Park for an exciting new partnership that will see the L&Y's Mini's Tag Rugby Teams - The Pirates - wearing a new Pirate-style shirt for the next three seasons displaying the Adventure Island logo. Picture: L&Y/Sentinel Leisure

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Lowestoft & Yarmouth Rugby Club has teamed up with Sentinel Leisure's Adventure Island Play Park for an exciting new partnership.

Lowestoft & Yarmouth Rugby Club has teamed up with Sentinel Leisure’s Adventure Island Play Park for an exciting new partnership that will see the L&Y’s Mini’s Tag Rugby Teams – The Pirates – wearing a new Pirate-style shirt for the next three seasons displaying the Adventure Island logo. Picture: L&Y/Sentinel LeisureLowestoft & Yarmouth Rugby Club has teamed up with Sentinel Leisure’s Adventure Island Play Park for an exciting new partnership that will see the L&Y’s Mini’s Tag Rugby Teams – The Pirates – wearing a new Pirate-style shirt for the next three seasons displaying the Adventure Island logo. Picture: L&Y/Sentinel Leisure

The partnership will see the L&Y's Mini's tag rugby teams - The Pirates - wearing a new Pirate-style shirt for the next three seasons displaying the Adventure Island logo.

Mini's co-ordinator Daniel Culverwell said: "This is a partnership that just fits for both the rugby club and Adventure Island Play Park.

"We are so pleased to have one of the town's best attractions being part of the rugby club.

"All our players love visiting Adventure Island so having their logo on the new shirts and seeing Pirate Pete come along to some of their games is something the children are excited and proud about."

Donna Taylor, from Sentinel, added: "We are very proud to be associated with the mini's.

"It's a great opportunity to be involved with. It's really important for children to be active and so for us it's an exciting partnership and will hopefully help to promote the game to local children."

The L&Y Pirates are non-contact rugby teams which consist of girls and boys aged from six to eight.

The club can also cater for children aged from five up to 12.

The Mini's rugby season starts on Sunday, September 1 at Gunton Park, the home of L&Y RUFC, with sessions running from 10.15am till 11.30am and are completely free and all are welcome.

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