Swans and Villa's Premier League projects compete
Saturday saw the Swans Community Trust go head to head with the Aston Villa Foundation in a range of matches in a variety of sports.
From tennis to basketball and from disability football to hockey, an array of sports were represented at the event that saw Aston Villa host the Swans in Birmingham for the day.
Taking place at Hamstead Hall Academy, the event saw teams of participants from a range of our projects compete against their counterparts from the Aston Villa Foundation.
A total of 35 young participants from our Premier League 4 Sport, Premier League Kicks and Premier League Girls projects all travelled to Birmingham to take part, and although Aston Villa were crowned overall champions, the event was enjoyed by all.
“It was great for the Swans Community Trust and the Aston Villa Foundation to come together and give groups of participants from some of our Premier League projects the chance to compete against each other and put into practice the skills that they’ve been learning in our community sports sessions,” said our PL4S Co-ordinator, Craig Richards.
“Thanks to Villa for hosting and we are looking forward to hosting the home fixture,” he finished.
To find out more about our PL4S sessions email Craig@scfccommunitytrust.co.uk, or to find out more about our PL Girls and PL Kicks projects email Ian@scfccommunitytrust.co.uk, and to find out more about our Inclusion and disability projects, please email Richard@scfccommunitytrust.co.uk.