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Printerland Salutes Military Veterans

Over 100 military veterans enjoyed the Premiership clash with Northampton Saints thanks to tickets provided courtesy of to mark Remembrance Day.

As members of the Sharks Community Trust ‘Sharks Forces’ programme, the veterans helped cheers Sale Sharks to a 30-6 victory whilst seated in the Printerland stand.

Launched in 2018, the Sharks Forces programme developed by Sale Sharks Community Trust has helped over 400 military veterans across the Northwest transition from life in the armed forces to civilian life.

Eddie Owen, the Trust’s Mental Wellbeing Coordinator said: “We’re incredibly proud of Sharks Forces and all the work that our coaches do with veterans in the region. But so much of our work wouldn’t be possible without the support of the club and partners such as Printerland.

“Printerland support much of our work in mental health and inclusion and with their support, we’re able to take rugby to different audiences across the region.

“Remembrance Day is a big day for veterans as they remember friends and loved ones who they have lost. It was an absolute honour to welcome them to the AJ Bell Stadium and, thanks to the Sharks supporters, it was a day they’ll never forget.”

Graham Vickers MD of added,

“To be able to supply military veterans with complimentary Premiership rugby tickets is a real honour.

The support that the Sharks Forces programme delivers is amazing, so it’s great to give something back.”

In recent years Printerland have given away over 10,000 match-day tickets to local charities as part of an ongoing commitment to inclusivity.


Youngsters Enjoy Epic Sharks Finish Thanks to Printerland

Families from Sale Sharks' Community Trust’s Down Syndrome programme enjoyed a thrilling victory over Harlequins thanks to tickets provided courtesy of

All but two of the attendees aged from 6-24 witnessed their first taste of live premiership rugby which saw Sale Sharks go on to win 28-22.

Shark Community Trust in partnership with have also held a series of rugby training sessions as part of a fortnightly Down Syndrome programme.

Sharks Community Trust’s Community Manager Vicky Irwin said: “Everyone loved the game, and it was fantastic to get everyone from the Down Syndrome programme on the pitch.

“We ran a Down Syndrome rugby session on Sunday and everyone who had been at the game had lost their voice. They really got into the game and the atmosphere.

“Printerland is a fantastic partner for the club and the Trust and they support so much of the work we do in disability rugby.

“Rugby really is a sport for everyone and with Printerland’s support, we can introduce underrepresented groups to the sport and Sale Sharks to new audiences.”

Graham Vickers MD of added,

“It’s fantastic to be able to introduce premiership rugby to new audiences throughout the North-West.

The ongoing partnership that Printerland has with Sale Sharks Community Trust is able to deliver outstanding opportunities such as free tickets and professional rugby coaching sessions.”

In recent years Printerland have given away over 10,000 match-day tickets to local charities as part of an ongoing commitment to inclusivity.


Printerland promote Mental Wellbeing with Sale Sharks

Sharks Community Trust in partnership with delivered a mental wellbeing session at Buille Hill Academy in Salford.

The session was led by Sale Sharks legend Jason Robinson and Sharks Women’s star Carys Hall.

Jason and Carys attended the third of three events provided by Printerland at various Manchester schools.

The session which took place in the school sports hall included a range of drills followed by a match with the two teams captained by Jason and Carys.

Jason said: “It’s so important to get young people active because it’s fantastic for your physical health as well as mental wellbeing.

“When I was making my way in rugby as a young player, we didn’t have this sort of education and support. It would have made a huge difference to me because I struggled at times.”

After the game, the young participants enjoyed a session by the Trust’s mental wellbeing co-ordinator Eddie Owen. The session focused on boosting self-esteem and confidence.

Carys, who plays on the wing for Sharks Women’s team, added: “I was so proud of the way the students responded to Jason and to the rest of the team from the Trust.

“They were hanging on Jason’s every word and I know what he said will have really resonated with them.”

This event was part of an ongoing partnership between Sales Sharks and which aims to promote inclusivity by giving various communities the chance to experience Rugby firsthand.

Printerland CEO James Kight said: “We’re incredibly proud of the impact our partnership with Sale Sharks is having in the local community. To see so many youngsters benefit from our work has been a wonderful experience. Mental wellbeing is hugely important and witnessing role models like Jason and Carys having such a positive influence on those who look up to them is fantastic. Our aim to introduce Rugby to new audiences has allowed us to bring people together in support of each other, and we can’t wait to continue with this commitment over the next Premiership season and beyond.”


Printerland Extends Sale Sharks Sponsorship Deal is proud to announce the extension of their commercial partnership with Sale Sharks Rugby Club.

As a key sponsor since 2004, when Sale Sharks were hosted at Edgeley Park stadium, Printerland is looking forward to continuing its sponsorship of the team throughout the 21/22 season.

The newly struck deal includes the renewal of sponsorship of the AJ Bell Stadium’s family stand which is officially named the Printerland stand.

Graham Vickers, managing director and co-founder of Printerland, said: "Our association with Sale Sharks is fantastic for our brand and our staff really value the partnership, but for us, we really value the difference the partnership allows us to make in our community."

Mark Cueto, Sale Sharks commercial director and former player, added: "We've had a fantastic 17-year association with Printerland, so I'm thrilled they've renewed with us again this year to carry on our partnership.

The sponsorship renewal also includes extending our commitment to the ongoing inclusivity campaign. This initiative between Printerland & Sale Sharks Community Trust will continue to bring Premiership Rugby to new audiences who may not have had the chance to experience the sport first-hand before.

This includes the distribution of thousands of free tickets to various charities, community groups and local schools. Since 1993, Printerland has grown to become the largest independent reseller of Printers and consumables in the UK.


Printerland & Sale Sharks Host Wheelchair Rugby Session in partnership with Sale Sharks has hosted a wheelchair rugby session.

The specially designed session was led by coaches from Sharks Community Trust and attended by a group of 20 students from Edgerton High School in Trafford aged between 14 and 16 with additional emotional, social and mental health needs.

The session involved training followed by a game using general tag rugby rules. The multipurpose sports wheelchairs used allowed for accessibility and inclusivity for all abilities during the session.

Community Coordinator for Sharks Community Trust, Georgie Perris Redding, helped deliver the programme at the school. She said: “We really can’t thank Printerland enough for supporting us in ensuring that rugby can be accessed by everyone. It’s always great to see the positive impact these sessions have on groups who take part and seeing the enjoyment on the student’s faces while taking part is what it’s all about for us.

“As lockdown restrictions begin to ease over the summer, we’re really keen to deliver more of these interactive sessions for school children in the area, so having support from across the club and sponsors like Printerland has been really beneficial for us.”

The co-hosted event by and Sale Sharks is part of an ongoing inclusivity commitment with the sessions’ main aim being to introduce rugby to new audiences who may not have had the chance to play the game before.

Previous inclusivity events co-hosted by Sharks Community Trust in partnership with Printerland include a link up with the Edgerton High School which included a similar session attended by pupils with Down’s Syndrome.

Printerland MD Graham Vickers said, ‘We’re proud that we’re able make sessions like this happen. The work that the Sharks Community Trust has done provides invaluable experiences for audiences who otherwise may never had the chance to play rugby.’

All of us at Printerland look forward to continuing to bring rugby to new audiences throughout the North West.


Printerland Hosts ‘Lads and Dads’ Training Session with Sale Sharks

On Sunday 6th December, we invited 14 boys aged between 9 and 26-years-old to take part in a ‘Lads and Dads’ Down Syndrome rugby session at the Sale Sharks Training Centre.

We teamed up with Sale Sharks and Sharks Community Trust to host the event and give the opportunity for the boys to take part in a special rugby training session and play a ‘Lads vs. Dads’ game of touch rugby. The event follows on from the first Down Syndrome session we hosted in September and is part of our ongoing initiative to promote inclusivity within the sport.

Adam Dolby, who’s son Freddy took part in the event on Sunday said:

“We cannot thank Printerland and Sale Sharks enough for their support in ensuring that Rugby is for everyone. To see the smile not only on Fred’s face when he is taking part in Rugby but all the other participants is truly life changing after covid-19 halted all activities. Sale Sharks have a new family supporting them and we cannot wait until we can return to the stadium to cheer both the men and women on!” Help Host First Down Syndrome Training Session

Sale Sharks Community Trust coaches in partnership with led the first down syndrome rugby session last Sunday.

The young members who attended the training session were treated to professional rugby coaching provided by Sale Sharks Community Trust coaches.

Sale Sharks new Carrington HQ was the venue for this new initiative which is part of an ongoing commitment in partnership with to promote inclusivity and introduce Rugby to new audiences.

Graham Vickers, Managing Director of Printerland added,

“It’s great to see the Sale Sharks Community Trust engage younger members of the community and to nurture their interest in Rugby.

“The work that the trust has done in terms of introducing this great game to new members of the community has been outstanding and it’s an initiative is proud to be a part of.” & Sales Sharks continue their partnership of working with members of the community to provide opportunities for groups not usually exposed to the game of Rugby.


Sale Sharks Are Crowned Premiership Rugby Cup 2020 Champions is proud to report that Sale Sharks have beaten Harlequins in the 2020 final of the 2020 Premiership Rugby Cup with a final score of 27-19.

This victory match took place at the AJ Bell Stadium and marks the first trophy win Sale Sharks have seen since 2006.

Winning was no easy feat with a hard-fought match throughout.

After a shaky start which saw the Sharks concede an early penalty, the home team soon found their stride, managing to steel their defence line against the Harlequins.

Tension continued to mount into the second half with the Sharks holding just a one-point lead within the final ten minutes.

Sale Sharks continued to apply pressure with a late try from Faf de Klerk securing the championship win.

Graham Vickers added,

“It’s fantastic to see Sale Sharks back at their best, this win marks a real turning for the club, and I couldn’t be more pleased.

“We have had a partnership with Sale Sharks dating back to 2004 and to see the team being crowned champions once again is thrilling.” extended their sponsorship with Sales Sharks for a further two years in 2018 which saw a continuation of Printerland being featured on the AJ Bell Stadium’s family stand.


Printerland Extends Sale Sharks Sponsorship Deal

Printerland is delighted to announce an extension to its successful partnership with Premiership Rugby side Sale Sharks.

The deal which extends the current sponsorship agreement by a further 2 years will continue to see Printerland featured on the AJ Bell Stadium’s family stand.

The Printerland Stand became a feature of the club when the pair first agreed a deal back in 2004 to sponsor the Cheadle End of Sale’s former home ground at Edgeley Park.

As a long standing sponsor of the club, Printerland will continue to offer thousands of free tickets to local charities, schools and community groups as part of our ongoing commitment to promote inclusiveness in order to bring the sport of rugby to new audiences and to those who may overwise not have been able to attend a top flight game before.

Mark Cueto, Sale Sharks’ Commercial Director and former player said: “Printerland have connected with Sale Sharks for a long time and I’m really pleased they’ve renewed with us again this year.

They’re a great partner with strong roots in the North West, and their corporate values really align to everything we are trying to achieve at Sale.

“The renewed deal allows us to continue to give back to the local community and deliver Printerland’s inclusivity programme on their behalf at every home game. We can’t wait to see what the new season holds, and we look forward to this partnership continuing for years to come.”

Commenting on the renewal, Graham Vickers, Managing Director and co-founder of Printerland, explained, “We place a lot of value in our ongoing partnership with Sale Sharks, and we’re very proud to continue our sponsorship of the Family Stand."

“The link up with Sale is fantastic for our brand and our staff really value the partnership, but as a business we take the most pride in the community work.

“Working with the club and its Community Trust has allowed us to use the sport of rugby to bring people together, and we love seeing the different charities and community groups that get to enjoy watching a Sale game with some of our tickets.”

Established in 1993, Printerland is largest independent reseller of Printers and consumables in the UK.


Printerland Surprises Down’s Syndrome Group with Sharks’ Stars Training Session

It has been our pleasure to send Rugby World Cup winning star Lood de Jager, along with teammates Josh Beaumont and Tom Curtis to surprise local charity Manchester City Down’s Syndrome group with an action-packed training session at the City Football Academy.

A group of 25 participants, ages 4 to 30 were treated to a star-studded afternoon of tag Rugby led by the Sale Sharks first team players and were also our special guests at the Premiership Rugby Cup semi-final game against Saracens the following Friday.

The event was organised as part of our ongoing initiative with Sale Sharks to promote inclusiveness and to introduce Rugby to new audiences, particularly those who may not have had the chance to witness top-flight sport before.

Sale Sharks’ Commercial Director and ex England International Mark Cueto explained

“The lads had a great time hosting this session and opening up rugby to groups that might not necessarily have had access to the sport before is something we really believe in.

“We work with Printerland on numerous giveaways throughout the season, welcoming different charities to our home games and it’s been a huge success for a number of years now.”

Since the renewal of our Sponsorship agreement with Sale Sharks back in 2018 we have been able to give away thousands of tickets to local schools and charities to watch some of the best live Rugby around.

Graham Vickers, Managing Director of Printerland added,

“Giving back to our local community has always been a big focus for us and we absolutely love using our long-running partnership with Sale Sharks to offer people the chance to see a live Premiership Rugby game.

The feedback from everyone involved with Manchester City Down Syndrome group has been amazing and we’re thrilled they enjoyed the rugby session and the game on Friday night. We’ve got lots more planned over the next few weeks and we look to continuing to work with the Sale Sharks team to expand rugby’s appeal.”


Autism Charity Watches Sharks Rise up League table

As part of our commitment to promote inclusiveness and introduce new audiences to Rugby, this week we invited members of the Space 4 Autism Charity to experience a Sale Sharks top flight game against Leicester Tigers.

Space 4 Autism, an independently run charity which provides clubs, activities and services to people of all ages who have an Autism spectrum condition. Having started in 2005 as a single Saturday play club run by parents, the charity now offers more than 2,000 events each year to more than 1,800 families.

Having expanded to its Macclesfield premises in 2017, the home of the Space 4 Autism charity features a sensory suite, art rooms and a community café to provide a secure social space for their visitors. Inclusive activities such as football, cooking classes and art therapy allow participants to develop relationships and gain valuable skills in a safe and fun environment.

Sale Sharks Commercial Director Mark Cueto, explained: “We were pleased to welcome everyone from Space 4 Autism to the AJ Bell Stadium on Friday evening. The group offers a wide range of services and support, and thanks to Printerland their members had a first -hand experience of topflight rugby.

“Our partnership with Printerland is driven by our shared commitment to engage as many people as possible with rugby, and it was it great to see it in action once again thanks to their generous ticket donation.”

A fantastic 36-3 win over Leicester Tigers saw Sale Sharks rise to second place in the Premiership Rugby table.


Printerland Donation Sees Young Farmers Watch Sharks Reach Final

Printerland was delighted to provide the Cheshire Federation of Young Farmers with free tickets to attend the semi-final matchup between Sale Sharks and Saracens at the AJ Bell Stadium this week. A 28-7 win over Saracens saw Sale Sharks guarantee a place in the Premiership Rugby Final.

The Cheshire Federation of Young Farmers is the County’s leading rural youth organisation, helping to give young people working in an agricultural environment the opportunity to socialise safely and develop skills via a much needed educational network.

Approximately 700 members aged between 14 and 30 frequently take part in sporting and fundraising events hosted by the federation which heads a body of 12 Young Farmers Clubs all led by young people, for young people.

Mark Cueto, Sale Sharks Commercial Director expressed his gratitude: “We were delighted to welcome the Cheshire Federation of Young Farmers to the AJ Bell Stadium on Friday evening. As an organisation heavily involved in sports, it’s fantastic that they were able to come and see two top sides in action.

“It was fantastic to see another group of young people engaging with Rugby here at Sale Sharks, which is what Printerland’s ticket donation initiative is all about.”

At Printerland we proud ourselves on promoting inclusiveness and introducing new audiences to the sport of Rugby and we’ll continue to provide such opportunities as the season progresses.


Printerland Entertains The Rossendale Trust at Sharks’ Cup Game

We recently invited members of The Rossendale Trust to watch Sale Sharks take on Glasgow Warriors in a Heineken Champions Cup fixture.

The Rossendale Trust offers specialist care for adults with learning and physical disabilities with purpose-built accommodation in Sutton and Macclesfield, and other facilities in Buxton. The team provides services from residential care to supported living which has enabled tenants to develop in confidence and live as independently as possible.

The Trust also provides work experience opportunities for tenants through their WorkTaste initiative which helps to encourage individuals to develop skills and social interaction.

Printerland Managing Director Graham Vickers explained, "The Rossendale Trust is another wonderful charity we’re extremely proud of supporting. Their work assisting some of the most vulnerable people is invaluable and I hope this gesture goes some way to showing how much they are appreciated by the wider community.”

This donation was part of our ongoing collaboration with Sale Sharks to promote inclusivity and introduce new audiences to rugby. We hope that all members of The Rossendale Trust thoroughly enjoyed the game and we look forward to providing these experiences for others in the future.


Printerland Supports Local Foodbank Volunteers with Free Rugby Tickets

This week, Printerland was delighted to treat local Foodbank volunteers to watch a comprehensive Premiership Rugby victory for Sale Sharks over Harlequins.

Groups from two local foodbank charities based in Wythenshawe and Stockport were welcomed to the AJ Bell Stadium to witness the opening Sharks game of 2020.

Wythenshawe Foodbank supplied enough food for 45,000 meals last year alone, distributed by is 30+ dedicated volunteers through local community groups to those in need, including to over 1,300 children.

Stockport Foodbank works with over 130 volunteers, supported by voluntary donations to distribute to those most in need of their support.

Printerland Managing Director Graham Vickers commented 'Charities and their volunteers are so important in the community and it's a real privilege for us to be able to support them and help to relieve a bit of pressure after their undoubtedly busy festive period.'

As a key sponsor of Sale Sharks, Printerland donates matchday tickets to local charities and schools to help promote inclusiveness within the sport and bring in new audiences who may not have had the chance to witness top level Rugby before.


Printerland Supports Local Youth Programme at Sale Sharks Champions Cup Game

As part of Printerland’s long running inclusiveness initiative, we were delighted to provide tickets for the Sale Sharks vs. Exeter Chiefs Champions Cup fixture to 15 members of local community programme, Cre8 Macclesfield.

The group, some of whom it was their first ever live-action rugby experience, attended the Sunday afternoon game at the AJ Bell Stadium and were able to watch the action-packed match resulting in a 35 – 10 victory for the Exeter Chiefs.

Located on the Moss Estate in Macclesfield, the youth programme runs services and activities such as youth clubs, education programmes and music projects for children, young adults and their families. Their main focus is to help individuals who are not in mainstream education, work or training.

All of us at Printerland hope that the group thoroughly enjoyed the match and we look forward to continuing our work with Sale Sharks Rugby club to promote inclusiveness and introduce more audiences to the sport.

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