National Conference in Safe Hands

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Good news is rare for the sport outside of the top competitions so it was great to hear that Hattons Solicitors will sponsor the National Conference League.

The Hattons Solicitors National Conference League comprises the top 38 amateur rugby league teams in the country in its Premier, First and Second Divisions.

The announcement was greeted enthusiastically by NCL Chairman, Trevor Hunt, who said:

“The name of Hattons Solicitors is synonymous with Rugby League in the North West through their sponsorship of clubs such as St Helens and Leigh and the work they do with the Rugby League Benevolent Fund.

“Our clubs are at the very heart of their local communities, developing, encouraging and facilitating sport participation and excellence.

“They are two ideals that sit comfortably with us and Hattons Solicitors and we are delighted to have them on board as title sponsors of the Hattons Solicitors National Conference League.

“We now look forward to a long lasting and mutually beneficial relationship.”

Active supporters of rugby league since their inception in 2001, Hattons Solicitors’Senior Partner, Bruce Hatton, commented,

“We believe very strongly in the power of sport in a community whether its bringing families together at the weekend to support their team, or whether it’s getting kids involved with sport.

“It gives them the extra social skills they need and helps them learn about the importance of an active lifestyle.

“Hattons Solicitors want to stay at the heart of the community as we are a professional business that have helped thousands of people and businesses across the region to protect their future and their rights. “We have grown rapidly to become one of the North West’s leading personal law providers, offering services covering personal injury and health claims, as well as providing commercial services too.”

With offices in the heart of rugby league communities in St Helens, Widnes and Leigh you couldn’t be in better hands than Hattons Solicitors (