Welwyn Garden City pupils get their hands on FA Trophy

PUPILS at a WGC school got the chance to touch some football silverware this morning. The FA Trophy, which was won by Stevenage Borough in May, was brought to

PUPILS at a WGC school got the chance to touch some football silverware this morning.

The FA Trophy, which was won by Stevenage Borough in May, was brought to Monk's Walk School as part of the non-league club's community initiative.

The Lamex Stadium side secured the cup after a 2-0 victory against York City at Wembley Stadium.

And former Monk's Walk pupil Alex Tunbridge, now Boro's supporter liaison officer, offered Times Territory youngsters the chance to get their hands on the impressive looking trophy.


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