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Charity Day an unprecedented success!

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Filed: Monday, 5th June 2017
By: Staff Writer

Blessed with beautiful weather, Saturday's TRSC Charity Day proved to be a huge success!

Our home ground at Thundersley Common was packed out at the weekend for this year's Fun Day, of which disabiity charity Scope was the main beneficiary on this occasion.

The charity was chosen following our recent announcement that little Joel Window, who suffers from Cerebral Palsy, had been named as the Club's official mascot.

Club mascot Joel Window with mum Janice and dad Dean

Our entire stable of teams - ranging from our youngest squads (Under Sixes) to next season's Under Twelves came together to raise funds on behalf of the charity and the Club, with the penalty shootout competition leading the way in fundraising.

There were a string of activities for the youngsters to enjoy, such as an extra-long bouncy castle, face painting and our football-themed coconut shy. However the most popular stall on the day proved to be our stocks, which saw a string of managers soaked to the skin!

Amongst all this we also had time for three mini tournaments - for the U6s/U7s, U8s/U9s and U9s/U10s/U11s. Additionally both the mums and dads took part in our now traditional parents' challenge - both of which went to the wire, with each match being won by a single goal!

As you may see from our images below, a fun day was had by all!

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