Brighouse Juniors Football Club have been celebrating another successful campaign with their presentation and signing on day.
The club, based at Broad Oak, on Halifax Road, Hove Edge, held their annual event that saw achievements by the players recognised and was open to the public for new players to join.
Amongst the entertainment was a bouncy castle, human football, soak your manager, penalty shootout, barbecue, refreshments and much more including a visit from Huddersfield Town mascot Terry the Terrier.
Richard Brearley, under 10 and 17’s manager, said the event was the most successful one the club has held.
“The day was a massive success. The club is aimed at all age groups and abilities and we are looking to set up more girls teams as we believe it is all about inclusion at the club.
“Plans are all in place for the 3G weather pitch to be built and we are always looking to move the club forward.”
Around 400 players from age groups under six to under 17 from the 2012-2013 season received medals and trophies for their efforts.
During the night, parents and grandparents enjoying an evening of entertainment provided by Chicago Joe’s at Rastrick Bowling Club.
“It was an excellent evening with a lot of coaches and officials attending, a great way to reward everyone for all the hard work,” added Richard.
The club is hoping to encourage girls to join the club for next season. They have two girls only teams, under-12s and under-14s and will welcome girls to the mixed sex younger age groups.
They are holding a girls only, soccer day camp during the summer break on August 8.
Anyone wanting more information on the summer camp should contact Richard Brearley on 07917774673.