Killie Community’s Egg-citing Easter Camp
This Easter, The Killie Community organised an exciting 2-week Easter Camp at Rugby Park.
Killie Community Coaches welcomed over 40 young people to engage in educational and football-focused elements such as gaining an enhanced understanding of nutrition, increased social interaction, teamwork skills and improved fitness.
Each session was designed for young people aged 5-9 and included a player’s lunch each day, as well as a healthy snack.
Young people also had the chance to play football on the pitch, and experienced the brand-new inflatable pitch and football darts.
Men’s First Team Players Liam Donnelly, Chris Stokes, Ben Chrisene, Innes Cameron, Kyle Vassell, David Watson, Jeriel Dorsett, Ryan Alebiosu, Jack Sanders, Zach Hemming, Rory McKenzie and Ash Taylor all surprised the lucky youngsters over the 2 weeks.
🔵 “Coming here isn’t easy and we’ll hope to make it as hard as possible for them…”
Danny Armstrong is hoping home advantage counts for Kilmarnock when they host Celtic on Sunday, live on Sky 📺 pic.twitter.com/V70TVKcGcd
— Sky Sports Scotland (@ScotlandSky) April 12, 2023
A highlight of the camp was drawing their very own Easter design and competing against their teammates in an Easter Egg hunt.
Ahead of the Hearts match, supporters donated easter eggs to The Killie Trust which allowed us to provide each participant with their very own Easter Egg on the last day of the camp.
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