Tigers all jazzed up for the new season

One of the new football pitches Holbeach United Community Sports Academy gives  Tigers 'Under 9 players Sam Hoyles, Ben Whitworth, Ewan Felpes and Alfie Dawes the chance to have a kickabout.
One of the new football pitches Holbeach United Community Sports Academy gives Tigers 'Under 9 players Sam Hoyles, Ben Whitworth, Ewan Felpes and Alfie Dawes the chance to have a kickabout.
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Holbeach United Youth FC hopes to turn on the style in more ways than one this season with a new kit and training tops.

The club has been boosted by a £500 donation from the Jazz Apple Foundation run by fruit supplier Jazz Apples of Pinchbeck.

Holbeach United Youth FC chaiman Phil Barnes and vice chairman Stuart Clark with Gary Harrison (centre) of Jazz Apples, Pinchbeck, watched by young Tigers players and coaches.

Holbeach United Youth FC chaiman Phil Barnes and vice chairman Stuart Clark with Gary Harrison (centre) of Jazz Apples, Pinchbeck, watched by young Tigers players and coaches.

Phil Barnes and Stuart Clark from the Tigers’ youth set-up said: “The Jazz Apple Foundation donated £500 to us so we could help in promoting sport in the local community.”

Garry Harrison, commercial manager of Jazz Apples, said: “We were delighted to offer an award to Holbeach United Youth FC and particularly impressed with their commitment to giving local kids a fantastic opportunity to learn about football and life skills.

“In addition, the new Holbeach United Community Sports Academy being built is an absolute credit to the club and the area, so the Jazz Apple Foundation award is absolutely deserved.”