Notts County proudly supported prostrate cancer awareness day at the home game to Barnet, volunteers were doing bucket collections in aid of the charity around the ground.
Notts County had 3 special mascots on the day, they had all been affected by prostrate cancer and luckily after intense treatment they are leading an active life and supporting the football club they all love.
David Akers, Melvyn Chambers and Barrie Green were kitted out in the club kit to make a dream come true and lead their team out before the Barnet game, they were also presented with memento medals to commemorate their special day.
David started his treatment 9 years ago while Barry started his 5 years ago and Melvyn started his treatment 2 years ago.
The 3 hero’s told their stories to make all men aware that prostrate cancer can strike at any age, young or old, prostrate cancer can strike in any man, they say it is important that if any men get symptoms like peeing regular or have problems peeing in any way it is imperative that they see their doctor and get a health check.
Best under 21 year old coming through our Academy in the 2016/17 season.
NCFCOSA members can you please call into our office on the following match days.
Saturday 1st April or Monday 17th April to register your vote for the best under 21 year old coming through our academy during the season 2016/17.
Members will require their membership number to be able to vote.