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Win a coaching session on Gorleston’s Canaries’ day

PUBLISHED: 09:43 24 June 2011 | UPDATED: 09:44 24 June 2011

ON Saturday, July 16 at Emerald Park, home of Gorleston FC, Norwich City are playing Gorleston in their first pre season friendly as a Premier League team.

Norwich City Community Sports Foundation (CSF) have teamed with Gorleston FC and Archant Norfolk to offer 32 children aged five to 12 the chance to have a FREE coaching session on the Emerald Park pitch before the game and then a chance to watch the game for free.

The coaching session will be for two hours from 11am–1pm run by the qualified CSF coaches, and will allow the children a chance to play football in a safe, structured environment, practising skills such as passing, dribbling, shooting, turning, and finishing with small-sided games.

Along with this, children will also get to meet CSF mascot Sportasaurus, the chance to meet their favourite NCFC player, and also a ticket to watch the game for FREE in the afternoon.

Joe Harvey, CSF South East Norfolk Area Development Officer, said: “We are pleased to have teamed up with Gorleston FC and Archant Norfolk to provide this opportunity to children to play football at Emerald Park.

“This will be a great chance for all mad Norwich City fans to play on a good surface before their heroes in the afternoon. Also it’s a chance to see their heroes play and show off some of the skills that they have learnt in the morning.”

The closing date for entries is Friday, July 8 in time for the event on July 16. The first 32 children selected at random will be the winners. Normal Archant competition rules apply.

To be in with a chance of winning this experience visit www.greatyarmouthmecury.co.uk for further information.

For further information on how you can get involved with CSF, and play weekly football in the Yarmouth area, visit www.communitysportsfoundation.org.uk or call 01603 761122.

n To enter this competition and be in with a chance to win these experiences please answer the following question.

What is the name of the CSF mascot?

Terms and conditions: All winning participants do not have to attend the fixture in the afternoon; if they do wish so they will be needed to be accompanied to the fixture in the afternoon by a parent/guardian.

The entry to this will be at a cost of £15 per adult or £10 concessions and you need to contact Gorleston FC to purchase a ticket. For further tickets, charges will be made by Gorleston Fotball Club.

Ticket prices and how to purchase can be found on the Gorleston FC website at http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/gorlestonfc/ and also on this week’s Mercury back page.


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