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#MadeGreatInGrimsby support Old Clee Sewell FC in their amazing charitable efforts

August 04, 2021

Old Clee Sewell FC are a charity football team who play in the Grimsby Sunday League in memory of their friend Lewis Sewell, who sadly died of Leukemia in 2017, aged 18. 

They play in Division 1 in the Grimsby Sunday League. It is recognised by many the charity work they do for Teenage Cancer Trust, raising close to £10,000 in total between all players through charity football matches, skydives and marathons. Most recently, they hosted a charity match against SE Dons, the world’s biggest Sunday League Team, raising over £5000.00 for Teenage Cancer Trust. 

Ryan Barber, Manager of Old Clee Sewell said: ‘’We are absolutely delighted to be able to announce this partnership. 

All of our players are proud Grimbarians so to have the Made Great In Grimsby logo on our tracksuits is an honour. The players love the logo and lots of them have their merchandise such as hoodies and t.shirts. Plus, we tend to eat lots of locally made seafood and fish products.

We are enormously grateful for the fantastic support that the owners of Made Great In Grimsby have provided us and we are now ready for the new season"

Pictured is #MadeGreatInGrmsby Joanne Evans, proprietor of Jacks Katch independent mobile fishmonger, handing over the tracksuit top to Ryan.