Estover Park Youth celebrate successful season with fun day

14:01 15 July 2014

Estover Park Youth Fun Day.

Estover Park Youth Fun Day.


Youngsters celebrated a successful season at their club’s fun day.

Estover Park Youth Fun Day.Estover Park Youth Fun Day.

Estover Park Youth players were split into different teams to compete in a world cup competition, had their faces painted and took part in a beat the keeper challenge.

Girls team manager Mark Patrick said: “It was great to see all the pre-schoolers involved and players from our under-16 girls team helping with the session. It’s all good for the future.

“I would also like to thank Burrowmoor School for their support throughout the season. It’s much appreciated.”

Estover Park Youth Fun Day.Estover Park Youth Fun Day.

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