Youngsters got the chance to learn how to dribble like Wes Hoolahan when the football star visited their school today.

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City midfielder Wes Hoolahan was at Cecil Gowing Infant School in Sprowston for a football after-school club.

The session, led by Community Sports Foundation (CSF) coaches, gave the children the chance to learn new skills and quiz Hoolahan. Joe Harvey, from CSF, said: “The children have been learning skills this term that are demonstrated on the pitch every week by their Norwich City heroes. Today has been a great chance for them to meet one of those heroes in person and show off what they have been practising.”

Isobel Stubbs headteacher at Cecil Gowing Infant School, added: “It was very exciting that we had a premier league footballer coming to school today to work with the children in their CSF after-school club.”

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