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» In The Spirit of the Game
5th May 2006
Running out of the tunnel onto the hallowed turf of a Premier League football ground is the kind of stuff thousands of kids dream about up and down the country.The dream will come true for many 11 year olds on Sunday 14th May. Spirit Aerosystems (formerly BAE Systems Aerostructures) wil stage a Youth Football Gala at Rugby Park in partnership with the Killie Trust, Kilmarnock Football Club and the Central Ayrshire Youth Football Association.

Spirit Aerosystems (Europe) Ltd was launched on 1st April 2006 and have bases in Prestwick and Lancashire. This will be the first major community event under the Spirit brand and by supporting this gala and other similar events, the Spirit name will become familiar with everyone in Ayrshire.

Spirit are committed to bringing together communities where their employees live and work and think it's a good idea to give money to organisations who can nurture the skills of young people that potential employers will be looking for in the future. Team working, discipline and encouraging that competitive edge are just some of the skills that the Kilmarnock Youth Development Programme promote.

Killie's mascot, Nutz will be there to entertain the kids and the tea bar will be open throughout the event. The Gala, for the under 11's age group, will begin at 10.00am and we would encourage you to come along and support the children.

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