Ju­niors part of the ac­tion at Chelsea v Glory friendly

Southern Telegraph - - News -

About 50 mem­bers of Rock­ing­ham City Foot­ball Club at­tended the Perth Glory v Chelsea friendly match at Op­tus Sta­dium last Mon­day, with ju­nior play­ers join­ing a pa­rade around the field be­fore kick-off.

The club’s head of Mini-Roos Lisa Man­son ac­cepted the in­vi­ta­tion from Foot­ball West for Rock­ing­ham to join other ju­nior teams for a march around the ground.

Rock­ing­ham City had the big­gest turnout of ju­niors for the pa­rade, ac­cord­ing to club pres­i­dent Brian Kennedy.

“The Rocky kids had a mem­o­rable evening and a night they will al­ways re­mem­ber against a class team and cur­rent FA Cup hold­ers Chelsea,” he said.

More than 55,000 peo­ple turned up on a wet and windy night to see the English Premier League club de­feat Glory 1-0.

Rock­ing­ham City ju­nior play­ers en­joy the Glory-Chelsea game.

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