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Jack hands out medals for Junior

22 August 2013

Gwilliams goes back to old club

Shrewsbury Town's young winger Jack Gwilliams returned to his roots to present the prizes at Shrewsbury Junior Football Club's summer holiday coaching school.

Jack played for Shrewsbury Juniors, the Shropshire FA's Community Club of the Year for 2013, as a youngster learning the game and he was pleased to visit the Shrewsbury Sports Village to hand out the medals to the youngsters on Friday.

Juniors were delighted with the success of their first Summer Community Coaching School with over 30 children aged between five and 12 attending every day last week.
The hugely popular course was solely run by unpaid volunteers with the qualified coaches being managers from within the club who gave up their own time for children from the local community.
The youngsters enjoyed meeting Town first year professional Jack, 18, an inspiration to the children as to what they could achieve with hard work.
Shrewsbury Juniors Football Club has 22 boys and girl teams plus a crèche for five to seven-year-olds.
All home games are played at the Shrewsbury Sports Village and we would like to take this opportunity to thank them for their continued support and partnership with our club.
For more information on Shrewsbury Juniors, contact their club secretary Mick Cutler on 07429 257683.
PICTURED are the Shrewsbury Juniors FC coaches, among them Stacey Harding-Dower and Ben Crump with Shrewsbury Town winger Jack Gwilliams and the happy youngsters who attended the training courses. Fellow coaches Mick Cutler and Rob Guest are not on the photo.

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