SALTERS GARAGE SPONSOR PAIR FOR 2019
Salters Garage offers the customer service levels and Motor engineering skills of the past with diagnostic technology and efficiencies of the future.
Service, repair and arrange MOTs on all makes and models of cars, 4 x 4, motor homes and light commercial.
Salters Garage has invested heavily in top level diagnostic equipment capable of accessing the on-board computers of today’s cars.
Dealer equivalent Peugeot/Citroen diagnostics.
Salters Garage offer a collection/delivery service and while you wait appointments. loan cars are available subject to pre-booking.
Salters Garage are the French Car specialist.
Salters Garage offer fixed price servicing on all vehicles.
Salters offer a full body shop service from bumper scrapes to a full classic car restoration.
Salters Garage is situated in Ottery St Mary, Devon. Please call them on 01404 812054 or check out their website for further details regarding their services: www.saltersgarage.com
The club would like to thank Salters Garage for their support again in 2019 who have been associated with the club from the very beginning in the 2017 debut season and sponsoring a second player for 2019.
Tom ‘Culsh’ Culshaw epitomises the words effort and commitment to Rugby League in the area now into his 5th season as a Rugby League player. He will play wherever he is asked predominately as a second row but also had a few run outs on the wing last season, always making the hard yards and solid in defence. Tom showed his commitment to Rugby League last weekend by playing 7s for his union club but leaving just in time to ensure he did not miss our West of England League fixture at Cheltenham.
Rugby League can flourish in the area the more players that follow in Tom’s mantra to the sport. Tom is also a well know character in the local rugby union scene having played for several Wiltshire clubs but now seems to be settled at Bradford on Avon RFC, he is a fantastic clubman both for Bath and his union club.
Randall has been threatening to retire again this season but we hope this gives him the incentive to get back on the pitch when fully recovered from recent injury. He got the nickname ‘Spadie’ from his brother who thought his nose looked like it had been hit by a spade, it started off as Spadie gumdrops but got shortened to Spadie.
Could you or your business sponsor a player or the club, please DM or get in touch with Chris to discuss further – 07810 552196: