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Posted 1st September 2010, 15:38 in
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Lincoln Add Hobbs, Cantrell & Macron

Lincoln Ladies have signed Nicola Hobbs, Carla Cantrell and also a sponsorship agreement with Italian kit manufacturers Macron.

Goalkeeper Nicola Hobbs comes in from Everton, striker Carla Cantrell joins from Leeds.

Macron will be the exclusive supplier of Lincoln's playing and training kit for the first two seasons of the new FA Super League, launching in March 2011.

This new partnership comes just ahead of the official launch of the new look club on Saturday 18th September, when the team will be unveiled for the first time. The event will be held at North Kesteven Sports Centre from 10am to 3pm and will include mini skills sessions for children and an opportunity to try various extreme sports and other activities.

Lincoln Ladies chairman, Ray Trew, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Macron as the Lincoln Ladies first sponsor. Their support comes at a much needed time for the Ladies as we prepare to compete in the FA’s first professional women’s football league. We look forward to unveiling the new team in three weeks time when they’ll be wearing Macron kit featuring the new club logo.”

David McKensie, Area Manager for Macron, said: “When the Lincoln Ladies approached us we knew instantly we wanted to support them. The launch of the Super League will provide a real opportunity to emulate the success of women’s football in other parts of the world and as a leading provider of technical sportswear for teams, it’s something we’re excited to be a part of.”

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