Held at Longcroft School, the teams were joined by Scott’s family members who led the sides onto the pitch.
Hodgsons FC player Antony Steer who helped organise the match thanked all who came along adding they should be proud for the support they have shown.
“It was a unbelievable turn out and Scott would of being looking down on us all smiling especially with some of the football skills on show.”
“A special thanks goes to Jonathan Jol Thorne Chris Wilson Stew Scott Craig Kitchen Robbie whiting, Chalky, Neil Silvester, Paul Silvester Mike Nicholson, Adam Foster, James Healey, Vinnie Fleming and Dan Piwinski for all your help.”
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