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Lewis Good Wins Respect Poster Competition

LEWIS GOOD, AGED 9, WINS LINCOLNSHIRE FA RESPECT POSTER COMPETITION

Earlier this year Lincolnshire FA launched a competition for children and young people to design a football respect poster for use throughout the county over the next two seasons.

After several fantastic entries were submitted, Lincolnshire FA invited members of the grassroots community to select a winner, with Lewis Good’s poster receiving the most votes.

After receiving the news, Lewis caught up with Lincolnshire FA to chat about his entry and what the Respect campaign means to him.

WHAT RESPECT MEANS TO LEWIS

“Respect is being able to do what you enjoy without getting told off or shouted at. We learn from the mistakes we make and these help us get better. Respect is helping people if they get hurt or are upset, even if they are not on your team. It is important to show good sportsmanship and be respectful of everyone involved in football”

HOW DOES LEWIS FEEL ABOUT WINNING THE COMPETITION?

“AMAZED! My mum helped me to put the ideas in my head into a drawing and I am really pleased with how it turned out. I did put lots of time and effort into the poster and I can’t believe all different football clubs in the county are going to use it. I hope they follow my advice. A picture can speak a lot of words.”

Huge congratulations to Lewis for winning the competition and thank you once again to everybody who submitted an entry.

To read more about The FA’s Respect campaign, please CLICK HERE

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