Terrific Tori to benefit from sponsorship from One Health 2016-10-03

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One Health are pleased to announce that we will be sponsoring a top female national league hockey player for the 2016-2017 season.

 

One Health Group will be supporting Tori Wensley, who plays forward for the Beeston Ladies 1s Hockey Club in Nottingham.

 

Tori started playing for Beeston Hockey Club in 2013 during her gap year after she finished college. During this time, she also worked for One Health, where she undertook administrative duties and has kept a strong relationship with the company ever since.

 

Tori, who has just started her second year of studying Law and Criminology at the University of Sheffield. said: “I’m so grateful to One Health for sponsoring me this season – it really means a lot to me.

 

“They’ve been so generous to me with this sponsorship and means that there’s a weight off my shoulders as I know I can continue commuting to Nottingham to play.

 

“I absolutely love playing for Beeston Hockey Club and I can’t wait to see how this season plays out.”

 

Female hockey is on the rise following the success of the GB women’s national field hockey team at the Rio Olympics. The squad made TeamGB history when Hollie Webb scored a winning penalty that saw the team achieve their first ever gold medal.

 

Chief executive of the One Health Group, Derek Bickerstaff, said: “We’re really happy to be supporting Tori for this season of hockey. She is an incredibly talented player, and we consider her part of the One Health team.

 

“At One Health, we know how important physical activity is for health and mental wellbeing so it made sense for us to back this amazing athlete.

 

“We’re looking forward to cheering Tori on this year.”

 

One Health are approved by the NHS and accredited by the Care Quality Commission to provide treatment to NHS patients.  In partnership with the NHS since 2004, One Health is a team of specialist surgeons and healthcare managers, working to provide the best possible diagnosis and treatment for their patients.

 

Approximately 90 per cent of referrals to One Health clinics are made through Choose & Book (e-Referral) and services are wholly aligned with the NHS in terms of tariff and quality standards.

 

All clinics are consultant led and all consultants have held substantive NHS posts and have established clinical practices. Continuity of care is of paramount importance which means that patients see the same consultant from the first consultation to treatment, aftercare and discharge.

 

 

The Beeston Ladies 1s have played three matches so far this season, winning 3-1 against Sutton Coldfield and 4-0 against Belper, whilst they drew in their game against Bedford. Their next match takes place on Saturday 8 October against Timperley.