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COMMUNITY ROUND-UP | FOUNDATION DAY & PLAYER VISITS

30 April 2016


Read on for all the best bits from this past week in the Cardiff City community, including City stars' visits and Foundation Day 2016!

FOUNDATION DAY 2016




Last weekend saw Foundation Day 2016 take place with huge success as members of the Cardiff City First Team and DVP squad tried their hand at an array of sports alongside our Fun Fair before the match.

If you missed it, watch Craig Noone’s surprise visit to young City supporter, Jamie, HERE.

Congratulations are in order for Anthony Pilkington, who was awarded the PFA Player in the Community award, receiving his trophy on the Cardiff City Stadium pitch prior to kick-off.



At half-time, the Cardiff City Women’s team also took to the pitch, along with representatives from Arriva Trains Wales, to parade the FAW Women’s Cup, which they had won the weekend before.

Our Half Time entertainment was as eventful as ever, as the Foundation’s Futsal squad took each other on in a ‘last man standing’ competition with Zorb Balls supplied by Impact Soccer.

FIXTURES AND RESULTS



On Sunday 24th, Cardiff City Women’s team followed up their Cup success with an emphatic 11-0 home League victory over Newcastle Emlyn. You can see all ELEVEN goals on our YouTube channel here!

Then on Monday, the Cardiff City DVP side finished off their League season with a 3-1 victory over Crystal Palace. Rhys Healey, Jamie Bird and Kadeem Harris were the men on the score-sheet for the young Bluebirds.

CITY PLAYER APPEARANCES



This week, several City players have played their part in the local community, making appearances at a variety of events around Cardiff.

While Sean Morrison dropped in to Gelli Primary School for their assembly on Tuesday, Tom Lawrence and Fábio also took the time to meet some junior Bluebirds with their respective visits to Peter Lea and St Illtyd Primary Schools.

Craig Noone helped seven-year-old Ben with his school project at the training ground this week, while Scott Young, Lee Peltier and Stuart O’Keefe met inmates at Parc Prison who are taking part in the Foundation’s Get Started in Football course, in conjunction with the Prince’s Trust. 

Nooney was also in action alongside Scott Young and Anthony Pilkington for the Lord Mayor’s Charity Golf Day at Cardiff Golf Club, raising money for cancer charity, Velindre.

Watch more of this week's events in the community in our full Club Round-Up above...


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