Players from one of Albion in the Community’s (AITC) Premier League Kicks teams travelled to Cardiff for a tournament against a string of sides from South Wales and a pair of teams from Southampton.
The players, who all attend the charity’s Kicks scheme in Bognor Regis, returned unbeaten. Find out more online HERE.
They were not the only AITC squad on their travels this week – a number of players headed to Switzerland to compete with an array of European sides. A write-up from that visit will appear in next week’s round-up.
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Here in Sussex, AITC began recruiting for a new healthy-living scheme aimed at encouraging older people in Mid Sussex to return to regular exercise. Details – including how to sign-up – are online HERE.
Elsewhere, the charity was celebrating a £5,000 grant which will help fund one of its mentoring schemes in Newhaven – full details HERE.
Wellesley FC – one of AITC’s Kicks projects – were invited to Albion’s American Express Elite Football Performance Centre for a training session with Guy Butters and the chance to pick the brains of Colin Calderwood and Nathan Jones. Find out how they got on HERE.
For more information on AITC and regular updates on it work, Like the charity’s Facebook page or follow @Albioninthecomm on Twitter.
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