Across all 72 clubs, all junior teams had to do was explain why they deserved the kit, with Pen Mill Lionesses the lucky winners in Yeovil.
The Lionesses received a tour of Huish Park, including a talk from manager Darren Way in the home dressing room.
Local Wickes Store Manager Jason Way as well as Kevin Dawson, Tom Eaves and Alex Lawless were also on hand to deliver the new kit.
Local teams are often underfunded and can’t afford kit or training equipment so Wickes is lending a helping hand by giving these teams free kit, helping support grass roots football and kick starting the development of the footballers of tomorrow.
The kit includes 13 outfield football kits including shirts, shorts and socks, 2 goalkeeper kits including shirts, shorts, socks and gloves, 2 Mitre Hyperseam footballs, 15 training bibs, 1 agility & speed sets, 1 bench jacket and 16 tickets to watch a Glovers match of their choice.
We look forward to welcoming Pen Mill Lionesses to Huish Park once again, and wish them all the best for the season in their new kit!