Bridgnorth Spartans’ reunited

A local junior football club recently celebrated the achievements of their season and raised over £1000 for a local charity.  AVC Bridgnorth Spartans’ annual presentation ceremony was held online and was a huge success and raised much needed funds for Bridgnorth Food Bank

Each team manager recorded a review of their season and announced the individual player awards, which was then shared with over 300 parents, players and families.

Chairman Rob Woodcock told us “The annual event is always an important date on the calender allowing us to celebrate everyone’s achievements and at the same time raise money for local charities.   It has been an unusual season for us as it has been for other sports clubs and this was the safest way for us to reunite our Spartans’ family in these unprecedented times”

You can follow the team via their facebook page AFCBridgnorthSpartans

*Picture shows U8 Player of the Year, Oliver Shinebaum



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