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GALLERY | Luton Town mascots

Images from Saturday's mascots, flag bearers and player escorts for the game with the Hatters

23 October 2017

We had plenty of young fans out on the pitch before Saturday's game with Luton Town at the Checkatrade Stadium...

Battlebridge FC were our player escorts - they are the only inclusive football club operating in Reigate and Banstead Borough. Their main objective is to increase the numbers of local children and adults participating in football or other sports and to develop players both physically, through playing sport, and socially and emotionally, by encouraging respect and participation, team work and resilience.

We hope all the Battlebridge players and parents had a great day with us.

Our birthday mascot was Harry Everley, who was eight on Saturday.

He enjoys playing the piano, building lego, playing football and being outside with his friends and his dog Lola. His favourite football teams are Tottenham and Crawley Town and he has also watched England play at Wembley a few times.

Harry attends Waterfield Primary School in Crawley, and his favourite players are Harry Kane and Jimmy Smith.

We hope you had a great day with us Harry!

Harry Semark was another of our mascots who was aslo celebrating his eighth birthday ton Saturday, he goes to Westdene School in Brighton. His favourite teams are Arsenal and Crawley Town and his favourite players are Aaron Ramsey and Jimmy Smith.

He also likes Formula One, athletics and cricket and driving his Mum and Dad mad!

10-year-old Euan O'Neill came all the way from Clones, Co. Monaghan in Ireland for the game! His favourite Red is Mark Connolly (surprise, surprise!) and he loves playing football, GAA Sports and on his PlayStation.

Euan’s 8-year-old sister Bethan O'Neill also came over from Clones for the match. Her favourite player is also Mark Connolly and she likes GAA sports, Irish dancing and reading.

We hope all of the young fans had a great day with us and we look forward to welcoming them back soon!

If you'd like to find out how you can arrange for your young Reds to be an Official Mascot then click here.

If you're a local sports side who'd be interested in being either Flag Bearers or Player Escorts for a future home game then you can find all the information on how to do so by clicking here.


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