Sirens team up with Murphy Wealth

16 Mar 2020

Glasgow based Strathclyde Sirens, Scotland's only professional netball team, has announced a partnership with financial planners, Murphy Wealth.

In addition to being Scotland's biggest women's team, competing in the Vitality Netball Superleague, Strathclyde Sirens is committed to being champions for change, at the forefront of the gender equality agenda in Scottish sport.

The partnership kicked off when Sirens' Captain Gia Abernathy and Goal Keeper Zanele Vimbela recently visited Murphy Wealth at its city centre rooftop office which boasts stunning skyline views of Glasgow.  They are pictured here with (from left to right) Murphy Wealth's Operations Director, Fiona Frew, Managing Director Neil Law and CEO Adrian Murphy.

Adrian said: "We are different in everything we do, and that's why we wanted to support a team that is constantly challenging the status quo and thrives on being different too".

With the Sirens, we want to empower our next generation. We're excited about the plethora of new opportunities and our first season with the Sirens."

Claire Nelson, CEO Netball Scotland said: "We are excited to work with Murphy Wealth on a pioneering programme of activation which brings together women's sport, business and financial services".