Wilson Autos helps Barber to change gear

Keith Wilson, left, shows off one of the new sponsored shirts with Mark Barber, back, Denny Ingram and Tony Hackworth''''Picture by Richard Ponter                                                                                     154120
Keith Wilson, left, shows off one of the new sponsored shirts with Mark Barber, back, Denny Ingram and Tony Hackworth''''Picture by Richard Ponter 154120
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The Mark Barber Elite Academy are hoping to become a driving force after a link with Keith Wilson Auto Services.

Wilson, who is based on Wareham Road in Eastfield, has bought 34 kits for Barber’s set-up to give them a professional look.

Barber works alongside former Boro players Denny Ingram and Tony Hackworth in the academy.

A delighted Barber said: “We would like to thank Keith for his support.

“Things are going really well for our elite group at the moment, especially after the link-up with Leeds United.

“We have four young boys over at Thorp Arch and a couple more heading over soon.

“Having the kits from Keith will allow us to look professional and smart when we play our fixtures.

“We want to make things as professional as possible, like they are at the Leeds United Academy, and this will help.

The fact that we now have 34 kits will allow us to take three or four teams away to each fixture, which is perfect.”