KYLE DONATES PRIZE TO CHARITY
February 25 2016.
Talented 17 year old footballer, Kyle Woolven, has donated his £50 prize for being a finalist in the Argus Community Stars Awards to the charity that supported his youth football team.
The Robert Eaton Memorial Fund (REMF) provided several kits and funding for facilities at the Denton and South Heighton Junior Football Club where Kyle scored over 500 goals for his divison one youth side.
Kyle now plays for County Premiership side Newhaven FC and is a student at the AITC college where he is coached by Sami El-Abd, Nathan Bowen and former Brighton and Hove Albion player, Guy Butters.
Starting as a ballboy for the fundraising REMF football matches, Kyle has now progressed to being named as the youngest player in the squad for the 15th annual match between Brighton and Crystal Palace fans, taking place on May the 30th at the AMEX Stadium. The Brighton fans side is being managed by Brighton CEO, Paul Barber, and includes former players Peter Ward, Garry Nelson and Ricky Marlowe.
Kyle hopes to raise over £400 in sponsorship for the REMF and pledges can be made at : www.justgiving.com/kylewoolven
You can watch Kyle's goals at: http://bit.ly/1mXAXNb
Pictured: Kyle with Newhaven U18's squad (14/15).