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Kick It Out campaign

31 Mar Kick It Out campaign

11-year-old Sadie Horsley will have her artwork seen by thousands of fans at Adams Park after winning a competition to design the front of the matchday programme.

ThKIO-logo-2014e Sky Bet League 2 meeting with Stevenage on Saturday 12th saw the club’s designated fixture in support of the Kick It Out campaign, which tackles all forms of discrimination in football. 

Wanderers’ charitable arm – the Sports & Education Trust – tasked local youngsters with coming up with a design which demonstrates the message behind the campaign, receiving more than 150 entries into the competition. 

A shortlist of 10 was presented to manager Gareth Ainsworth, who selected the the winner. 

Every entrant received two complimentary tickets to the game at Adams Park, where both sets of players will wear t-shirts dedicated to the Kick It Out cause. 

Meanwhile representatives from the Sports & Education Trust will be around to hand out goodies to youngsters to help raise their awareness of the work of Kick It Out.