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Gillingham enjoyed a successful Saturday morning in the glorious sun in the grounds of Rochester Castle as they teamed up with parent club sponsors KRBS.Com (Kent Reliance Buiding Society) to run a penalty shootout for children of all ages who take part in the KM Walking bus charity project in Kent.
The event organised by Kent Messanger Walking Bus was a Teddy Bears picnic, where all the children had to bring their Teddies with them.
On behalf of the Gills, captain Becky Lyon, Anna Broad, Les Kay, Terri Reynolds, Kirsty Goodall, Laura Halfpenny and Jessica Nunn attended along with Director of Football Martin Andrews and they were met by a famous face from Gillingham F.C, in the large form of Tommy Trewblu.
The girls themselves got heavily involved with the events with Becky and Laura doing some Karate and, to the delight of their new found fans, entered the egg and spoon race.
The day could hardly have gone better but there was a bonus for the club, as they discovered an 8-year-old girl from Rochester with great technique and a great love of football who had recently been on trials with the Arsenal Centre Of Excellence and, on the back of that visit to Rochester Castle, has now been signed up to join Gillingham's Centre Of Excellence.
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