A number of Huddersfield Town’s Club Partners enjoyed an evening of T20 cricket courtesy of Louise Woollard.

Louise Woollard LLP, who has been a partner of the Terriers for the last four years, invited members of the Huddersfield Hundred to Headingley Stadium to watch a T20 match between Yorkshire County Cricket Club and Lancashire CCC on Thursday 9 August 2018.

Not only did the businessmen and women enjoy an evening of excellent cricket, they also used the time to network and take business tips from each other.

Despite the Yorkshire Vikings losing to Lancashire Lightning by six wickets, it was Town’s Club Partners who were the real winners, thanks to Louise Woollard, as their relationships with both local and national businesses grew stronger.

Club Partners Louise Woollard, Microform, Haigh’s Farm Shop, ISDM Solutions, Evolve and Maze 8 were all in attendance as well as people from other businesses.

This is another benefit of becoming a Club Partner of Huddersfield Town, you will be welcomed into a family of businesses, be invited to special networking events and be able to create long-lasting relationships with other businesses.

If you’re interested in joining the Huddersfield Hundred, please email Town’s Commercial Manager for Partnerships John Williams on

Louise Woollard commented:

“It was a real pleasure to come together, once again, with other Club Partners of Huddersfield Town and chat in a less formal setting.

“We watched an excellent cricket match, despite the result, and were able to get to know each other and our businesses even more.

“These kinds of events really bring Partners and businesses together and I’m sure everyone who attended thoroughly enjoyed the evening.”

Town’s Commercial Director, Sean Jarvis, commented:

“I would like to thank Louise Woollard for arranging such a fantastic evening for ourselves and our Club Partners.

“I’ve been saying it for a while now, but it’s these events that makes the Huddersfield Hundred and our relationship with both local and national businesses special.

“You see Club Partners building relationships and networking, which down the line could then lead to business being done between them.

“If you would like to be part of the Huddersfield Hundred and join this special family of businesses, don’t hesitate to get in contact with us.”