The Yorkshire Cricket Foundation (YCF) are delighted to announce that Payntr will be supporting them in their 10th year anniversary.

Payntr are providing a voucher code for their customers to use and for every order made on footwear in 2019 with the code, they are donating £10 to the YCF. In addition to this, every customer who uses the code will receive a free Payntr cap.

The Yorkshire Cricket Foundation are the official charity and community arm of Yorkshire County Cricket Club, who strive to make a lasting, positive impact of the lives of those living in Yorkshire. Their vision is to create Community Without Boundaries, with their work which falls under four core themes: Health and Wellbeing, Education, Heritage and Participation.

Payntr, a company inspired by England legend, Eddie Paynter and created and developed by former Yorkshire Academy Cricketer, David Paynter, produces specialist footwear, specifically designed for cricket, to maximises agility, power, control and comfort.

Commenting on the partnership, Will Saville, Head of the Yorkshire Cricket Foundation said: “We are really grateful to Payntr for supporting us in 2019. It’s fantastic to have a former Yorkshire academy player, who has developed a cricket shoe for the modern game, supporting our charity work.”

David Paynter, CEO and Founder of Payntr, added:
“We’re honoured to be in a position to support the Yorkshire Cricket Foundation and we hope that our contribution makes a difference in terms of both fundraising and spreading the word about what the Yorkshire Cricket Foundation does.”

To get your exclusive cap and support the YCF, simply head to and enter the code YCF10 when you check out.

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