EVO-STIK League Warrington Town are hailing the success of the club's summer camp after teaming up with the soccer schools of Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher.
With their successful summer camp run in conjunction with the Jamie Carragher 23 Soccer School coming to an end on Friday, officials at The Winner Recruitment Stadium are already looking forward to next summer.
Posting their thanks on Facebook and Twitter, @theyellows tweeted on Wednesday: "Only 2 days left and we've had a fantastic time with great feedback! This year we have teamed up with our first team player Sean Williams and the Jamie Carragher soccer schools. Looking forward to working with them in the future."
The seventh-placed Wire are at home Matlock Town on Saturday in the EVO-STIK League's top flight with Paul Carden's side aiming to bounce back from a 1-0 home defeat at the hands of Ashton United on Tuesday night.
Images courtesy of Warrington Town on Facebook & @theyellows/Twitter
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