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BAN­GOR CITY GIRLS FC U16s have re­ceived a brand new free kit, courtesy of lo­cal McDon­ald’s fran­chisee Phil Lown­des and the McDon­ald’s and FA Ac­cred­ited Club Kit Scheme.

Now in its fourth year, the Scheme has pro­vided more than 250,000 free kits to grass­roots foot­ball clubs, with a fur­ther 70,000 to be de­liv­ered this sea­son alone.

Mr Lown­des said: “Ban­gor City Girls FC is a fan­tas­tic ex­am­ple of a grass­roots club with a real com­mu­nity spirit. It’s im­por­tant that we sup­port lo­cal teams to help them cre­ate the best pos­si­ble ex­pe­ri­ence for young as­pir­ing play­ers.

“It’s great to see that the Kit Scheme is thriv­ing again this year.”

Ethan Ray, Com­mu­nity and 3G man­ager at Ban­gor City FC, said: “We’re very grate­ful for the con­tin­ued sup­port of Phil and McDon­ald’s.

“The kits are a big hit with our young play­ers.”

Phil Lown­des (left) and Ethan Ray with Ban­gor City Girls in their new kit

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