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Ipswich and Felixstowe youngsters meet Ipswich Town stars at primary school tournament

PUBLISHED: 09:00 28 March 2018

Freddie Sears and Myles Kenlock  supporting ITFC'S Rotary tournament at Portman Road. Picture: GREGG BROWN

Freddie Sears and Myles Kenlock supporting ITFC'S Rotary tournament at Portman Road. Picture: GREGG BROWN

The children were part of the Rotary Community Cup tournament organised by Ipswich Town for 12 local primary schools.

The players were on hand to chat to youngsters. Picture: GREGG BROWNThe players were on hand to chat to youngsters. Picture: GREGG BROWN

Three pitches were set up for the youngsters to compete on in a full tournament at Portman Road.

As well as being able to enjoy some football two Ipswich Town players also visited the tournament.

The club had teased earlier in the day on Twitter that some “special guests” may be paying a visit.

In the end it was Freddie Sears and Myles Kenlock who were the mystery guests.

12 schools took part in the tournament. Picture: GREGG BROWN12 schools took part in the tournament. Picture: GREGG BROWN

The players were on hand to chat to the pupils taking part in the tournament and to take photographs in between games. Town forward Freddie Sears said “It’s great to see so many kids here playing and enjoying their football.

“I hope everyone had a great day”

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