Companies kit out young Pupils teams for winter

CDJFA’s under-14 age group, top, has been sponsored by Glenturas Construction Ltd, while members of the 2011 age group, bottom, have been kitted out thanks to the company Kirby.

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Campbeltown and District Juvenile Football Association (CDJFA) has been overwhelmed by the response from a recent social media plea to kit its children out for the winter ahead.

In normal circumstances, the association’s younger age groups would benefit from indoor football but during the current pandemic, this is not possible.

The under-14 age group has been sponsored by Glenturas Construction Ltd, which provided a £415 donation. All children will receive a fleece-lined waterproof training jacket and trousers from the company.

The youngsters will benefit from these jackets at both training games and while playing in the Glasgow and District league.

The 2011 age group has received a donation of £500 towards the winter wear project from the company Kirby which has kitted 15 children out with warm fleece-lined waterproof jacket and trousers.

A CDJFA spokesperson said: ‘The coaches, players and parents are very grateful for these fantastic donations.’