The kits were bought by the Friends of St Nicholas school who fundraised over £500 for them.
A special assembly was held in which Jack presented the kits to the team representatives; Louis Hatch yr. 3, Matthew Armstrong-Rice yr. 4, George Ibbertson yr. 5, Louis Platts yr.6, Eden Mercer – girls.
The school football coaches Terry Richardson and Lee Clark were also present.
Jack has also played for Liverpool and Leicester City and made time for a private meeting with fans and teachers before presenting the kits.
It was a successful trip to Beverley, but it remains to be seen whether some of the professional footballer’s talent will have rubbed off onto the student’s new kit!
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