Purton footballer Lewis Petrie will take part in the Epilepsy Research UK Goal Challenge this season to help raise money for the national charity.
The sister of Petrie’s partner suffers from Epilepsy and the Petrie family are keen to raise as much money as possible for the charity.
Petrie and his father Wayne, his manager at Purton, have agreed on a target of 30 goals this season
Lewis and his dad (also his manager) have agreed on a target of 30 goals in the season.
For Epilepsy Research UK it is their biggest year in five years with over 31 clubs, 33 players and 12 leagues taking part to raise money for the charity.
The sponsoring companies and players will be drawn at random with a competition between the players to score the most goals at the end of the season to win a trophy.
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Filmed by Your Sport’s Mike Wray.