Memusi Foundation youngsters receive their self-styled Warrington Wolves sports kit

Warrington Wolves kit in Kenya
The children from Memusi School with their self-designed sports kit donated by Warrington Wolves. Photo: Twitter/Memusi_Tweets

Last May, a group representing the Warrington Wolves Young Ambassadors helped Kenyan children supported by the Memusi Foundation to design their own sports kit during a visit to the country.

This week, the children took delivery of the new kits sporting the design they created.

The group of twelve 13-18 year old young trustees from the Warrington Wolves Foundation arrived in Kenya on 26 May and travelled out to Memusi for a week long volunteering trip.

As well as rugby themed activities, the group led song, dance, football and craft sessions.

On one of the days the group set up a match day experience which the whole school attended. It included pre-match entertainment with a dance from Grades 4 and 5, as well as mascots, flag carriers and coin toss. The school then enjoyed 20 minuted game of tag rugby followed by 20 minutes of football with volunteers taking on the students.

The dance was filmed during the day ready to be shown on the big screen at the next Warrington Wolves home game whilst groups in the UK did the same dance on the pitch.

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