Penrith AFC have praised Cumbria Quarrying Services - one of the club’s main sponsors who employ two of the club’s players.

Owned by Alan Hamilton, the father-in-law of Bonny Blues skipper Grant Davidson, the company specialises in supplying natural stone for self-build projects, as well as large developments and renovations.

Midfielder Adam Main also works for the business which is one of Penrith’s main sponsors, and has their name on all matchday strips and training equipment.

Captain Davidson said: “Alan has helped out with sponsoring the training kit and being a part sponsor of the first-team kit.

“He has always been keen on trying to sponsor local teams.

"With me and Adam Main now working under Alan in the family-run business, it was a no-brainer for him to try and get involved with helping Penrith out with sponsorship.”

On the field, Penrith will today switch their attentions to FA Cup action as they travel to face Seaham Red Star (3pm kick-off).

It comes after they began their 2019/20 Northern League, Division One campaign with back-to-back league losses.

They were beaten 3-2 by Bishop Auckland, despite goals from Max Brown and Bobby Atkinson, before a 3-0 loss at Hebburn Town on Tuesday.

The winners of Penrith’s FA Cup extra preliminary round tie against Seaham will earn £2,250 in prize-money.