April 20, 2011
Burnham-On-Sea football players flying high after RAF's donation
Members of a Burnham-On-Sea youth football team
proudly unveiled their new kit on Tuesday evening (April 19th),
which has been sponsored by the Royal Air Force.
As reported by Burnham-On-Sea.com earlier
this month, the Burnbridge Wanderers Under 12s have made it
through to the Woodspring League Cup Final on Sunday 1st May in
Yatton where they will play Portishead Juniors from the division
They have been celebrating the achievement with
a new kit which has been supplied by the RAF as part of its community
Chairman Paul Harding told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "The club
is extremely grateful to Sgt Ian Adams and the RAF for their support
for the team and club."
Paul added that the Under 12s have had a great
season after finishing fourth in the league and making it through
to their first cup final. Excitement is now building in the run-up
to the final.
Burnbridge Wanderers Junior Football Club was founded in 1999
and is run on a voluntary basis. It is affiliated to the Somerset
Football Association and is an FA Charter Standard Club. BWJFC
has 15 coaches who train age groups from under 6-16. All its coaches
have child protection certification, first aid and FA coaching
accreditation as a minimum.
Pictured are (back row, left to right) Mark Berry
Manager, RAF Sgt Ian Adams, Paul Harding, Chairman BWJFC, Manager
Simon Windram, and (front) Nathan, Tom, Sean, Max, Matthew, Jack