A great season rounded off for Brickhill footballers

Brickhill Lower School Football Club fun day - Jack Sharpe, MK Dons Coach, with coaches from BLSFC awarding Jimmy Loveday-Smart a 'special effort' award.

Brickhill Lower School Football Club fun day - Jack Sharpe, MK Dons Coach, with coaches from BLSFC awarding Jimmy Loveday-Smart a 'special effort' award.

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Brickhill Lower School Football Club (BLSFC) capped a fine season by holding their annual fun day.

The club which now has a record 88 players was joined by Deputy Mayor Charles Royden, members of the Bedfordshire FA and members of the MK Dons coaching team to pay tribute to the children for their efforts at the event on Saturday, July 11.

Every child received a trophy and there was a MK Dons Street Football Stadium, inflatable bar football, a ‘Brickhill Bees Picnic’ and various other fun and games to keep the children entertained.

The club has grown at a fantastic rate and is always looking for new coaches and volunteers to help with sponsorship and with arranging trips for the children. If you would like more info on how you could help, contact Dom at dominic.quirke@advancingpeople.co.uk

Pictured is Jack Sharpe, MK Dons Coach, with coaches from BLSFC awarding Jimmy Loveday-Smart a ‘special effort’ award.