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14th February 2017
Switch2IT scores on a local level

As well as providing unsurpassed technical support services to businesses in Sussex and the rest of the south east, Switch2IT believes in giving something back to the local community by way of sponsorship.

This year, we are sponsoring the Worthing United FC Colts Under 12s. Formed in 1988 when three football clubs from Worthing – Wigmore Athletic, Southdown United Youth and Montague Athletic – merged to form one club, the club’s home ground is The Robert Albon Memorial Ground at Lyons Farm, Worthing.

This up and coming team were unbeaten in the league until Christmas and are top of their respective league at present with high hopes for promotion to the A league very soon. We look forward to having their backs all the way – Go Colts! 

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