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Sponsor focuses on Fakenham under-8s

PUBLISHED: 12:17 18 March 2010 | UPDATED: 11:14 07 July 2010

Fakenham Town U8 with their Specsavers sponsor at Clipbush Park.

Fakenham Town U8 with their Specsavers sponsor at Clipbush Park.

Fakenham Town U8 welcomed Michael Mellor, from their kit and rain jacket sponsors Specsavers, for the official handover of the new kit. The squad had a match on the main Clipbush Park pitch while the first team were warming up.

Fakenham Town U8 welcomed Michael Mellor, from their kit and rain jacket sponsors Specsavers, for the official handover of the new kit. The squad had a match on the main Clipbush Park pitch while the first team were warming up.

First team manager Wayne Anderson choose Archie Robb and Zak Kirby as men of the match, who were then mascots for the first team.

At half-time the U8s had a penalty competition on the main pitch. All the boys had a brilliant afternoon of football fun experiencing the pre-match atmosphere.

As a Chartered Standard Community Club with over 300 members from the area, from five-year-olds through to adults, Fakenham Town are always trying to improve their facilities and ensure

they offer the whole community the best possible experience of football.

This could not be achieved without the help and support from sponsors of the club like Specsavers. Everyone connected with U8 thanked them for their support this season.

Anyone interested in playing or helping with the U8s can contact: Steve Pope (manager) 01328 855265 or Paul Allen (club secretary) 01328 855072.


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