Hull youngsters are hoping to follow in the footsteps of their footballing heroes after been given a boost – thanks to our North region.
Players from Priory Leopards Under 8’s mixed football team are now proudly showing off their brand new kit on the pitch during training and match days.
The team is being coached and managed by Tony Chambers, who has been involved with the club for the past two years.
Tony and his wife Nicola were the first residents to move into a Linden home at the Lindenwood development on Kingswood Parks in Hull, with sons Charlie and Alfie, in 2012.
Qualified football coach Tony said: “We approached Linden Homes to see if they would be interested in helping out with the new kits, and to our delight they said yes. Everyone involved with the team is very grateful to Linden Homes for their support and generosity.”
Linden Homes North sales manager Julie Hubbard said: “This is a fantastic community facility, and we are really pleased to be doing our bit to support the children, the parents and the volunteers who make it all happen.”
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