FOLLOWING on from the success of the partnership for Dorchester Rugby Club's 150th Anniversary Ball, Care South unveiled their new pitch side hoardings.

Director of Care South at Home, Martin Ross, and specialist HCA Charlotte Johnson were in attendance.

Johnson brought along her son Oscar, who was very happy to receive a rugby ball to learn the game with.

Ross commented: “It has been a pleasure to support Dorchester's 150th anniversary ball and to now see Care South’s name at pitch side.

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"Care South and the club are integral parts of the local community, for young and old, and we look forward to future joint activities and events.

"It was lovely to see Charlotte there, one of our much-valued specialist HCAs. Her young son Oscar might be a future club player."

Club chairman Tony Foot thanked Care South for their support of the club and said he looked forward to a fruitful relationship between the two parties.

He added: “We are excited to be involved with a number of great initiatives alongside Care South and can’t wait to grow the relationship.”

With pre-season training now in full flow, the club is happy to hear from any new or returning players of all abilities for both men’s and ladies’ teams.

It is also hosting a ‘Family Fun Day’ on Saturday, August 13.