The Hills Hornets Touch Football club is pleased to announce a partnership with one of Australia’s retail icons, Bing Lee.

Bing Lee have become a platinum sponsor of the club and a key supporter of the Hornets renowned youth program at the Junior State Championships.

The Hills Hornets have grown exponentially as a touch football club and in addition to their years of recognition as NSW’s leading administrator of the sport, 2019 saw continued success on the field, with Hills taking out it’s first junior state title. Whilst based in the Hills District, the rapid development has seen a genuine attraction for players and coaches  to join the Hornets for accelerated learning.

“It’s a club for the community first and foremost. We wanted to provide somewhere for players to come together and develop their individual touch skills and love for the game. To see where we are now is exciting as we feel we are just getting started” said club president, Brad Mitchell. “This commitment from Bing Lee means we can accelerate our growth and support even more players”.

“We met the team and could see the passion and genuine intent to provide touch players a platform to not only improve their skills, but also to showcase them. said Phil Moujaes, Executive General Manager at Bing Lee. “Bing Lee is an Australian Family Owned  Retailer  and we have been part of the Sydney community for 63 years and are delighted to support the Hornets and the community they serve. When we saw the impact we can make here, we didn’t hesitate”.

“The Hornets are one of the fastest growing touch football clubs and provide high quality coaching and live by strong values of community, team, hard work and integrity, so finding a sponsor who shared those values, led us quickly to Bing Lee!” said Vijay Raghvani, Head of sponsorships at the Hills Hornets. “Bing Lee are a Retail icon in Australia this support from Phil and his team means the hornets can continue to make an impact in one of Australia’s fastest growing sports”

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