Kick start the summer holiday

By Connie Osborne Friday 18 July 2014 Updated: 18/07 10:03

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FOOTBALL fanatics can kick of their summer holiday with a sports camp.

Redditch United and YMCA Worcestershire is hosting the football program at Trinity High School's sports hall and astro turf for five to 14-year-olds.

The sessions will run for a week at a time from Monday to Friday from July 28 to August 22 and cost £50 per week.

Each day starts at 9am and will run until 4pm offering a place to learn new skills taught by qualified Football Association trained coaches.

At the end of the week trophies will be presented to the winners, including best penalty, best skills, most improved and best player.

Every player will receive a certificate and free tickets to a Redditch United home game.

To book a place on the course e-mail darren.veness@ymcaworcestershire.org or call 07983457519.

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