Spire Manchester has teamed up with Sellick Partnership’s Manchester Professionals’ Cricket League (MPCL), for the second year running.
The league, now in its eighth year, bowled into action on 16th May marking the start of the nine week cricket league, with funds being donated to St Ann’s Hospice and The Lord’s Taverners. The annual event is a key fixture in the Manchester business community and this year the MPCL brings together 16 teams from across the region.
Jo Sellick, Managing Director at Sellick Partnership established the league in 2009 which has raised over £65,000 for the two charities, to-date.
Anthony Blandford, Business Development Manager at Spire Manchester, said: “We were keen to support the MPCL again this year to instil awareness and the importance of healthcare within the workforce. It’s a great league and the fact it is in its eighth year is testament of its success and evidence of the commitment from Sellick Partnership.”
Jo Sellick commented: “It is fantastic to have Spire Manchester on board with us again this year. The additional support we receive is key to the league’s success and essential to achieving the overall goal of raising as much money as possible for great causes.”
For further details on fixtures, leagues, results, rules, teams and venues, you can visit the MPCL’s microsite at www.sellickpartnership.co.uk/MPCL/index.hmtl
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