Worktop Express to Sponsor England Rugby Union’s Henry Trinder

Gloucestershire, United Kingdom (18th July, 2012) – Worktop Express, a leading UK provider of kitchen worktops made from solid wood, is pleased to announce that they have officially agreed to sponsor England Rugby Union player Henry Trinder in 2013.

Henry Trinder is a young English rugby union player for Gloucester Rugby in the Aviva Premiership, renowned for scoring a try within three minutes of his senior debut for an England XV.

Henry rose to prominence after excelling for the England Under 18s rugby team, going on to tour Australia with the team and play eight times for the Under 20s.

In the 2008-09 season, Henry helped the club beat Leeds Carnegie 23-18 in the EDF Energy National Trophy final at Twickenham. Henry was also a try-scorer in both of the opening games in the 2009 Under 20s Six Nations’ Championship against Italy, in which he was man of the match, and Wales.

A spokesperson for Worktop Express commented: “Worktop Express is committed to supporting local talent and are delighted to announce that we will be sponsoring Henry next year.

“We look forward to watching Henry’s promising rugby career unfold and will continue to support the Gloucester rugby team, in addition to our other local sporting teams, long into the future.”

For more information on Worktop Express and their kitchen worktops, visit their website at or telephone 0845 22 22 644.

About Worktop Express:

Worktop Express is one of the UK’s leading online solid wood worktop specialists offering the largest range of wooden worktops in the UK. Worktop Express can provide their customers with a range of oak worktops, walnut worktops, iroko worktops, maple worktops, cherry worktops, zebrano worktops, plus many more. Dedicated to customer service, Worktop Express offers a 24 hour delivery service and only uses sustainable timber wherever possible.

Will Rees
Worktop Express
Pegasus Buildings
Olympus Business Park
Quedgeley, Gloucestershire
Zip: GL2 4NF

Tel: 0845 22 22 644


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