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The Hull Reckitt Seahawks are pleased to announce PBS Construction as #21 Bobby Chamberlain’s Player Sponsor for the upcoming 2024/25 season.

With over 30 years of experience in the construction industry, they’ve developed an extensive portfolio of civil engineering projects for both commercial and public sector clients. These have ranged from small-scale public realm projects to multi-million pound redevelopments, highways schemes and flood defence work. They are able to offer bespoke services to meet their clients’ individual requirements in the following areas.

“ We are pleased to continue our sponsorship of ice hockey in the city which we have done for a few years now.  We have been previous sponsors of Bobby who we have known since he played in the Kingston Juniors days with our grandson Leon.

He has also worked for our Company in the past and we are very pleased to be able to renew our sponsorship of Bobby and trust him and the team will have another successful season and maintain a good standard of ice hockey in the city and we can see another increase in the attendances on match day.

 We realise how important sponsorship is to local sports clubs and are pleased to support Joe and Matty in keeping the sport alive in this city.”

 Peter Smurthwaite – Chairman & Glenn Smurthwaite – Managing Director, PBS Construction (North East) Ltd

Hull Seahawks Commercial Manager, Callum Gladding said “Getting PBS Construction back supporting ice hockey in Hull and player sponsoring Bobby is absolutely massive for the club. We’re delighted to be able link Bobby up with his previous employer as I know there’s a relationship there and there has been for many years which is what hockey is all about. We look forward to welcoming Pete and his family back to the Hull Ice Arena and we can’t wait to see the PBS Construction logo on the back of Bobby’s jerseys for this season.

Join us in welcoming PBS Construction to the Seahawks for the upcoming campaign which promises to be an exciting season!
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