Bookajet, the private
jet operator that sponsored Bath Rugby and the likes of David
Beckham has announced its sponsorship of Rory
Lynn, the young Nottingham fly half.
Rory Lynn emerged from the Leicester Tigers academy alongside
George Ford who has been recently selected for the England Rugby
squad. The sponsorship deal sees the company, which has a keen
interest in fostering rising sporting talent, supporting Rory for
the foreseeable future.
'We have been watching Rory for some time and have been
impressed by the young man's ability. After being a Derby and
Matlock junior, Rory went on to join George Ford at the Leicester
Tigers Academy. He made his senior side debut at just 17 years old,
replacing England international Dan Hipkiss for the Tigers
against the Ospreys in Bridgend,' says Jonathan Clements, Managing
'We saw a natural talent with a great future ahead of him. He
needed to grow in stature and gain experience but now that he is
playing regular rugby at fly half for Nottingham, we feel he will
evolve into a player to watch for the future.'
Bookajet has been successful in supporting some young
professionals who have gone on to become household names.
'Whether we are supporting an individual or a team, as we did
with our shirt sponsorship at Bath, our goal is to see new talent
develop. Rory Lynn is still young but has an excellent pedigree;
he's a capable player working his way up through the ranks which
will stand him in good stead for the future. We wish him the best
of luck,' continued Clements.
'I am extremely grateful for Bookajet's support. The company is
well respected with a passion for sport. I hope I can do them proud
over the next few seasons,' says Rory Lynn.