AT half-time during Tuesday night’s Carabao Cup clash with Reading, we will welcome Plymouth Kolts under-9s on to the hallowed Home Park pitch, where they will play a small-sided game in front of the Green Army.
Charlie Pawley, Freddie Clancy, Zach Parker, Joseph Drummond, Alexander Stephens, Riley Newton-Allen, Hayden Smith, Charlee Price, Vinnie Dart, Reggie Coombes, Shay Rowe, Ella Rowe and Elliot Bish are the latest group of players to take to the pitch at half-time, following in the footsteps of Signal Box FC, among others, in the club’s new initiative to provide more inspiring opportunities to children in the local community.
The Kolts have been training together for a little over two years, but they have already seen great success in competition. As a part of their training, the under-9s also participate in Futsal, which has seen them win two league titles and three champion cups. The Kolts were also semi-finalists in this year’s Argyle Community Trust youth tournament.
According to their manager, Dave Rowe, the group are hard-working, talented, dedicated and great to work with.
We look forward to seeing them on the pitch at Home Park.