Nearly 150 young people with Down's syndrome play in football tounament

Almost 150 young people with Down's syndrome took part in a football tournament in West Bromwich organised by the Down's Syndrome Association.

The players were all part of the charity's DSActive programme, which offers football coaching to people with Down's syndrome and is run in partnership with professional and grass-roots football clubs. The Republic of Ireland footballer Kevin Kilbane led the warm-up at the event, which took place on 29 April.

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