Pilgrims set to host youth trial events

Harry Vince, in action for the youth team, has progressed to the senior squad.
Harry Vince, in action for the youth team, has progressed to the senior squad.

Think you’ve got what it takes to be a Pilgrim?

Boston United have announced they will be holding a series of trials for their youth teams.

The club are looking to recruit for the under 17 to under 19 age groups for next season.

A number of youth team products have progressed to the first team, and the Pilgrims are hoping they could unearth players of the future.

Trials will be held tomorrow (March 16), April 4, April 11 and May 30.

Applicants will be shortlisted and invited to attend pre-season training, with successful players being given the opportunity to study on a one or two-year BTEC education course at Boston United Sports College, along with professional football training.

Players will have the opportunity to represent Boston United Youth Team in the Football Conference Youth Alliance League and cup competitions alongside the FA Youth Cup.

The club are on the lookout for local hopefuls as well as young players who have been released by a professional club but still have the ambition and aspiration to progress their football career.

Anyone interested should register their interest at www.pilgrimsuitc.co.uk/youth-team- trials/