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Monday, November 11, 2013

JUST A BALL GAME? 3rd birthday celebrations.

                                                JUST A BALL GAME? 3rd birthday celebrations.

Saturday 9th November sees anti-homophobia campaign organisation Just a Ball Game? celebrate their official 3rd birthday.
To mark the occasion this year JBG? have attended a training session with the Hyde FC u12 Girls Team, and took along JBG? patron and award winning Manchester City Ladies goalkeeper- Andie Worrall.

The girls had a chat with Andie midway through the indoor training session,who was keen to hear that the girls were unbeaten so far this season in the North Manchester League, including a 6-1 victory a few days earlier. The girls were quick to raise their hands when asked who was scoring the goals.They were presented with a football birthday cake and JBG? T-Shirt goodie bag each and they also posed for pictures with Andie,
who originally hails from Hyde.

Anyone who visits Hyde's home game v Chester on 9th November will see the rainbow flag on display at the match for the first time, as the Conference Premier side have followed in the footsteps of Bradford City and agreed to raise a 'pride' flag at all home games which shows their continued commitment raising awareness around LGBT issues and highlighting LGBT inclusion in the game from a non-league perspective.

 For more info on the Hyde FC girls team contact the club or ask in the club shop in a match day.
for more info on JBG? please visit:

Lindsay England-founder  JUST A BALL GAME?

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