Young March footballers meet Posh player and get to lift Johnstone’s Paint Trophy

14:08 23 April 2014

Youngsters with the Johnstone

Youngsters with the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.

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A group of young footballers got the chance to lift the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy at a fun day.

Mark Little signs an autograph.Mark Little signs an autograph.

Peterborough United defender Mark Little brought along the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy they won at Wembley on March 30 to Neale-Wade Sports Centre in March.

Over the Easter holidays, about 70 children aged 4-12 took part in five Peterborough United fun days run by qualified coaches at the Neale-Wade Sports Centre and Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech.

The days were organised by the Peterborough United Foundation with the support of Fenland District Council’s sports development team.

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