Rihoy & Son has confirmed its continued commitment to Guernsey Rugby Academy with further sponsorship over the next three years.
The Guernsey Rugby Academy has said its thrilled with the agreement, with Paul Sykes, Head of sponsor relations for the Academy, thanking Rihoy & Son's Chairman Jeremy Rihoy and the firm for the continued support.
"The Academy could not provide the opportunities it does without the generous support of our sponsors," he said.
"The Guernsey Rugby Academy provides opportunities for around 350 children aged 5 - 18 to play rugby on Guernsey and in the UK, promoting the core values of rugby, which are Teamwork, Respect, Enjoyment, Discipline, and Sportsmanship. I know these are values that resonate with Jeremy and his colleagues at Rihoy & Son."
Rihoy & Son is one of Guernsey's oldest building firms.
Founded in 1924 by John William Rihoy, the firm now employs more than 200 skilled staff and is responsible for many of the island's landmark builds. The company also has a strong history of supporting youth in local sports, including football, hockey, golf, junior bowls, and rugby.
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