OSWALDTWISTLE Rangers Under 14s side are well-kitted out after receiving a new strip thanks to a local business.
Lesley Swann, from Buy The House Estate Agents and Valuers, received a letter from Rangers asking for help and she decided to support them.
Oswaldtwistle Rangers have grown in five years from one team of eight-year-olds to now having around 100 players aged from seven to 14.
The Under 14s play in the Accrington and District Junior Football League and still in the team are four of the original seven who lined up for them at the clubs formation in 1999 aged just eight.
Among them are Craig Brown, the captain, and Elliot Lowes who has been leading scorer every year since - and leads the way again on nine goals so far this season. The others are team joker Jack Atkinson and James Cunliffe, son of long-suffering manager Paul Cunliffe. Two of the other original team members currently play for the Under 13s side.
Among the Rangers claim to fame, is the fact that they had won the League's coveted Sportmanship Award every year, until last year, when they lost out by a small margin.
"They may not win every match, but they certainly play with a great sense of fair play," said Rangers Under 12 manager Steve Lowes who has watched the lads come through the ranks.
The Under 14s have started this season well and are third in the league, although they are missing one of their new signing's Ciaron Barton, who is on an extended trial at Manchester United.