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Albion players make it a memorable evening for community

3 April 2019

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First-team stars visited a number of Albion Foundation sessions this week as participants had days to remember.

Taking part in activities, signing memorabilia and taking photos with the participants were all on the agenda.

Highlights from the players' regular trips out to the local community included Sam Johnstone and Jacob Murphy getting involved with the Sandwell Player Development Academy before paying a visit to the Disability Hub.

Jonathan Bond and Tyrone Mears had a kickabout with youngsters at Future Baggies, followed by a game of blindfolded football with the charity's blind football team.

Kieran Gibbs and Hal Robson-Kanu got into a spin as they had a go at powerchair football whilst Wes Hoolahan and Stefan Johansen visited the South Bromsgrove Player Development Academy.

Jefferson Montero and Matt Phillips headed to the 120 Club, where looked after children got to spend some quality time with the duo.

Ahmed Hegazi went with Chris Brunt to visit pan-junior footballers at George Salter Academy.

James Morrison, Kyle Bartley and Craig Dawson gave their backing to the Foundation's Premier League Kicks programme at Hadley Stadium, with Tosin Adarabioyo and Mason Holgate heading to Walsall for the Oak Park Player Development Centre.

Dudley College PDC was attended by Kyle Edwards and Conor Tonsend, whilst Rekeem Harper and Boaz Myhill went to the Q3 Academy PDC.

Jay Rodriguez, Jonathan Leko, Dwight Gayle and Sam Field were all on hand at the Girls' Regional Talent Centre and had a catch-up with table-topping WBA Women.

Take a look at the above gallery to see some snaps from the appearances.


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