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Youngsters shine at Flyers community hub festival

Youngsters from Flyers community hubs across the city came together at Wellsway School for a fun-filled festival last week.

Flyers first team star, Jordan Nicholls also dropped in to coach, referee and share his experiences with the youngsters. 

"We have four different groups here, from different hubs," said Flyers Community Coach, Ronan Jebb.

"They've all been working on their game and their skills and the next step is for them to play some games.

"Everyone enjoyed having Jordan (Nicholls) down and he has been able to pass on his skills and knowledge, as well as playing one-on-one against some of the kids here. It's been fun working with him."


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