15-year-old Brett-Lee Callow called into Glanford Park on Tuesday afternoon as part of a mammoth fundraising effort.The Lincolnshire teenager is completing a keepy-uppy challenge from one end of the pitch to the other at all 92 Football League grounds.
Brett-Lee Callow was inspired to do the challenge by his mum who has mild spina bifida and he is hoping to raise £5,000 which will be split between Sport Relief and the Spina Bifida Association.
Having started the event on Monday, Brett-Lee had already taken a number of clubs across the region by the time he had reached Glanford Park, where he successfully juggled the ball the length of the pitch.
Brett-Lee and his mum Tess, were then heading on to Hull’s KC Stadium before taking on the remaining clubs over the next three weeks.
Everyone at Scunthorpe United wish Brett-Lee all the best and for those that wish to donate to Brett’s cause, they can do so at uk.virginmoneygiving.com/brettleecallow.
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