THE half-time whistle at Home Park sounds the temporary end of one game and the beginning many others, as we have a number of young football guests for this weekend’s visit of Bradford City in Sky Bet League Two.
First up in the traditional half-time game are from Charlestown Giants Under-8s, who are in only their second season together and play in the East Cornwall Youth League.
It will be a warm Home Park welcome to: Maddox Floate, Freddie Ellaway, Harrison Broom, Barney England, Cooper England, Tyler Edwards-Budge, Adem Bain, Edward Morgan, Jack Ellison, Kyron Masters, Marley Carter, George Gatehouse and Jayden Moses.
We are also delighted to welcome the players from Dobwalls Under-10s. Based at Lantoom Park in Cornwall and competing in the East Cornwall Youth Football League, Dobwalls Junior FC is an FA charter standard club, who provide training sessions and match registration to local leagues for age groups from six to 16 years-old.
The club motto is "where football is fun" and, as such, Dobwalls attempt to provide a safe environment with qualified coaches, appropriate equipment and facilities in order to allow children from the area somewhere they can enjoy a footballing experience, and participate in social activities with their friends.
Dobwalls welcome boys and girls of all abilities with the primary focus on development, participation and enjoyment of the game. The players in attendance on Saturday include: Ryan Kind, Oliver Gleed, Oliver Blowey, Luke Cudlipp, Beth Devine, Ben Rogers, Noah Parcell and Lachie Grant.
We are also welcoming Goonhavern Under-9s back to Home Park to take part in an American penalty shoot-out experience at half-time.
Argyle Community Trust look forward to entertaining all our half-time guests and there is availability for just one more Match-Day Magic experience this season, when Morecambe visit on December 14. Please contact email@example.com to find out more.