Sculthorpe leads stars urging amateur clubs to act now



Former Great Britain captain Paul Sculthorpe MBE is leading a trio of former Super League players urging amateur rugby league clubs not to miss their chance to win a professional new website.

The “˜Six of the Best’ prize draw, run by Manchester-based digital marketing agency Tecmark, closes at 4pm on Monday 15 June.

Tecmark will give six clubs new, responsive sites as well as make a significant donation to The Steve Prescott Foundation.

Thirty-five clubs have already entered the draw from across the UK.

Sculthorpe said: “This is a great opportunity for amateur clubs to really look the part off the field. Tecmark are experts at what they do, and their donation to the Steve Prescott Foundation is a great gesture.”

Former Warrington Wolves second row Mike Wainwright, an account manager for Tecmark, said: “We’ve been thrilled by the response so far.

“However, we know there are still lots of clubs that want to enter but haven’t got round to it yet – and we don’t want them to miss out.”

And ex-Salford prop Paul Highton – now Tecmark’s business development executive – said: “We can’t wait to get started working on the new sites for the winning clubs.”

Tecmark have recently built new websites for Salford Red Devils and Bradford Bulls.

For more information on the “˜Six of the Best’ prize draw, visit www.tecmark.co.uk/sixofthebest

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