Introducing Olorun Sports New Brand Ambassador

Introducing Olorun Sports New Brand Ambassador

  • Russ Clarke-Wildeman

Olorun Sports is delighted to announce that Wales and Scarlets player Ffion Lewis has agreed to become an Olorun Sports Brand Ambassador.

Ffion started playing rugby at the age of 6 when she started playing for her local boys team, playing for them until she was 12. Sadly, due to the age grade rules at the time, Ffion had to stop playing as there was a lack of girl’s rugby in the area.

Being a keen sports women Ffion moved onto football and hockey for the next few years. At the age of 16, she joined Coleg Sir Gar in Llanelli and took up rugby once again. Ffion went on to captain the side whilst also gaining her regional and international colours at u18 level during her college studies.

She has continued her education by attending Cardiff Metropolitan University where she is currently studying Sport and Exercise Science. During this time, Ffion has been involved with the Wales Women’s Senior side in both the 7s and the 15s game. She was selected for Wales in her first six nations squad this past season and has played in tournaments around the world for the Wales 7s team including Dubai, Russia, Australia.

Ffion is also a key part of the Olorun Ponty Butchers 7’s women’s team that has played tournaments across the UK this summer with great success including Kinsale, Bournemouth and Frome.  

“Ffion brings an exceptional level of enthusiasm and passion to everything she does and will be a great addition to the team here at Olorun Sports. She will be working with us on our integration into grassroots and women’s rugby while guiding us on the development of our ladies’ active and teamwear ranges. Everyone at Olorun Sports wishes Ffion the best of luck for the upcoming season and we look forward to working with her in the future

Olorun Sports General Manager, Marc de Marigny.

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