Big Dribble Ends at Hampden

10-year-old Queen’s Park fan Innes Hanlan was met at Hampden earlier today by members of the first team squad at the end of “The Big Dribble” charity event.

Organised by Street Soccer Scotland, participants dribbled a specially designed tartan ball all the way from Pittodrie stadium, Aberdeen, 230 miles to the finish at Hampden.  Innes, supported by his Dad Derek, took part in the Glasgow leg from Ibrox to Hampden.

Street Soccer Scotland Chief Executive Officer David Duke said, “The Street Soccer initiative helps people from a variety of socially disadvantaged backgrounds with football-themed training.  Dribbling the ball all the way from Aberdeen to Hampden, day and night, is no easy feat, so we’re extremely grateful to Innes, Derek and all the participants for their support.  Their fundraising efforts are massively appreciated”,

Innes and Derek were met at the front steps of Hampden by Club Captain David Galt, Jacques Heraghty and Bob McHugh.

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