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Lincoln Players Do Their Bit

Lincoln City’s youth players have being doing there bit for the local community since they returned to action in July.

Sincil Bank Stadium was the venue as the Red Imps youngsters took on Arsenal’s Under 18 side in a memorial game for a local teenager, Matty Ellis, who was tragically killed in a car crash earlier this year.

And while they went down 1-0 to a Gunners team packed with youth international’s, Damian Froggatt’s team acquitted themselves well in front of a bumper 1400 crowd.

After the final whistle, Dave and Fiona Ellis presented Arsenal with Matty Ellis Memorial trophy which will remain on display at Sincil Bank.

More recently Froggatt’s charges have been supporting local businesses by visiting Streetbeat Dance and Fitness Studio operated by Hayley Evans and Julie Lowe.

The studio specialises in dance classes from Street right through to Ballet and Tap and also offers Spinning, Circuit Training, Kettlebells and Boxercise.

After the final whistle

After the final whistle – Dave and Fiona Ellis with the Matty Ellis Memorial Trophy

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