Witton Albion kit donated to Malawi via KitAid

Another Witton Albion kit will be proudly worn in Malawi after a further donation via the charity KitAid.

Earlier in the year, we saw a kit we had donated land with a Malawi team, and a further donation has been handed over to another team in the country to help them get involved with the beautiful game.

A change strip, previously worn by the Club's Development Squad, will now proudly be worn by a team in Blantyre.

Chairman John Salmon said: "KitAid is a charity we hold close to our hearts as a club, so it is great to see our donation going to good use.

"There are many smiling faces on our friends in Malawi who are now able to play the game we love and wear Witton colours.

"We hope they enjoy the game and look forward to helping other teams in the future."

For more information about KitAid and the fantastic work they do, please visit http://kitaid.net.

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