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Airdrie United and Hamilton Academicals were the lucky winners of some fantastic prizes donated by PSL Team Sports at the Henson Scottish Cup Preliminary and First Round draw.
Up for grabs at Hampden were a £1000 kit voucher, as well as a pair of goalkeeper gloves for every month of the 2012 season from PSL's Alert GK range.
All clubs with representatives at Hampden were entered into the draw that saw Airdrie United selected as winner of the £1000 voucher and Hamilton Academical taking home the goalkeeper gloves.
Frank Bannigan from PSL Team Sports, who also made yesterday's cup draw, said of his company's partnership with SWF: "We are delighted to support Scottish Women's Football. I see women's football as the fastest growing area of the sport and we are very happy to support all teams, from youth right through to seniors. The women's game is an area we are increasingly focusing our attention on and we love to see team's that look great on the pitch. At times, the girls can be more professional than the boys!"
Stephen Bole, club secretary of Airdrie United, picked up the £1000 voucher on behalf of his club and said: "This prize is a godsend to us. As a self-funded club, every penny is a prisoner and kit certainly isn't getting any cheaper. We are very thankful for this great gesture by PSL Team Sports in donating the voucher and we will wear their kit with pride in the coming season."
Kevin Keenan, Chairperson, and James Crilly, club development manager of Hamilton Academicals Ladies, collected the prize of goalkeeper gloves for season 2012 on behalf of their club. James said: "We are delighted to have won the prize. We already enjoy sponsorship and kit provided by PSL Team Sports. This prize is a bonus to our already good relationship with the company."
(Scottish Women's Football)
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