Tonic for Tigers
Broadhall Youth Tigers from Stevenage are pictured wearing their new kit provided by the Football Foundation, the UK s largest sports charity, as part of the junior kit scheme. Manager Peter McKenna said: The kit is a huge boost for our team who look gre
Broadhall Youth Tigers from Stevenage are pictured wearing their new kit provided by the Football Foundation, the UK's largest sports charity, as part of the junior kit scheme.
Manager Peter McKenna said: "The kit is a huge boost for our team who look great.
"There's some way to go before we reach the Premier League but we certainly look the part."
The team are now ready for the next season of the Royston Crow Youth League (under-12 age group, 2007-8) but would like additional players.
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If you are interested, call Peter on 07815 549099.
For more information about Football Foundation grants, please call 0800 0277766 or alternatively you can visit their website www.footballfoundation.org.uk
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