IM Land are pleased to be teaming up with Holyport ladies who are going from strength to strength under coach Luke Kennedy.

The Port ladies are currently highly-placed in their league and have won eight out of 12 games played so far this season.

IM Land are currently in the process of formulating plans for housing development at Spencer’s Farm where Holyport Football Club (FC) is located.

The proposals, which come as part of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead’s Local Plan, include enhancements to the current sporting provision for Holyport FC.

A public exhibition on the plans was held in November where local residents commented on the plans in advance of an application being submitted in early 2018.

Speaking about the project, Jonathan Dyke from IM Land, said: “With Holyport FC’s home ground located near to our site, there’s a real opportunity to improve and enhance the setting of the ground.

“Under the stewardship of Jason Andrews, Holyport have won pitch of the year, showing the future is bright for the club.

“We wish the ladies team the very best for their ongoing season.”

Tony Andrews is Chairman at Holyport FC and said: “Were delighted to have secured IM Land as Holyport ladies shirt sponsor.

"The Ladies team have grown in strength each season since their formation in 2014 and Luke Kennedy is very much the driving force behind their rapid rise.

"The Ladies team finished runners-up in the league last season and also lost out on penalties in a cup final, which shows just how far they've come.

"The two-year deal we've agreed with IM Land will see the players proudly wear the new kit, whilst a ground perimeter board has also been erected.

"I'm hopeful this is the start of an ongoing relationship between the club and IM Land as we look to improve the sporting facilities available to the players and local community of Maidenhead.

"Thanks once again to everyone at IM Land for your support.”

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