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Westfield Health extends Sheffield Hatters partnership

Westfield Health has today announced an extended partnership with the Sheffield Hatters as it seeks to further champion health and wellbeing in the region.

Paul Shires and the Westfield Hatters

We will continue as headline sponsor for the women’s basketball team, who last season won four trophies – the Women’s British Basketball League title, the WBBL Play-offs, the WBBL Trophy and the Betty Codona Classic.

Continuing as the Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters the team have enjoyed a solid start to this season with two wins and one defeat from their three league matches so far.

Our Executive Director - Sales and Marketing, Paul Shires said: “We’re delighted to extend our partnership with the Sheffield Hatters. Through our continued support we can hopefully help one of the city’s best-known sporting teams keep on with their success.

“We encourage our customers and employees to look after their health and wellbeing through living an active lifestyle, and the Hatters are great role models for this.

“The team is one of the most successful women’s sports clubs in the country, a great testimony to the rewards that sport can bring.”

Hatters coach Vanessa Ellis, said: “I’m very happy to see our successful partnership with Westfield Health continue.

“We share the same community values in promoting a positive and healthy lifestyle for the people of Sheffield, so it makes sense for us to come together yet again to achieve our goals.

“The team and I will use this as motivation for our next game against Sevenoaks Suns.”

The Hatters’ away match against Sevenoaks Suns takes place on 28 November and their next home game of the season is on 6 December against Brixton Topcats.

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