First a win, then a helping hand

PUBLISHED: 11:23 07 March 2008 | UPDATED: 08:22 02 June 2010

Wisbech St Mary Yellows at Fenland park on Saturday.	Picture: BRIAN PURDY

Wisbech St Mary Yellows at Fenland park on Saturday. Picture: BRIAN PURDY

WISBECH Town Football Club had a helping hand from these ball-girls on Saturday. The girls play for Wisbech St Mary Yellows under-13s. Wisbech first-team players, Paul Cousins and Mark Jimson help run the side. The girls won a match 3-2 on Saturday morn

WISBECH Town Football Club had a helping hand from these ball-girls on Saturday.

The girls play for Wisbech St Mary Yellows under-13s.

Wisbech first-team players, Paul Cousins and Mark Jimson help run the side.

The girls won a match 3-2 on Saturday morning before heading to Fenland Park.

They enjoyed lunch at the club before the match and had a penalty shoot-out competition at half-time.

The winner, Shannon Ray, won a football which was signed by all of the Wisbech first team players.

Cousins said: "The girls really enjoyed themselves and we're hoping to arrange for them to do it again before the end of the season.


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