Adam Collin and Danny Grainger made a special surprise visit to the children who attended our Penrith Soccer School last week as they went along to present the prizes for the Penalty King and Best Attitude winners from each group.
CST manager John Halpin said: "It is always enjoyable when the first team lads can come along and see the children who have taken part in the soccer school, and it's even better when they can present the awards at the end of the week.
"It means the children can get their certificates signed by the lads, as well as the usual selfies and pictures."
Defender Danny Grainger said: "We all know how important it is for us to do appearances like these and the lads really enjoy coming along.
"There are some great little players who get involved, and the children really enjoy the event, so it's good to come and see that first hand.
"The award for best attitude is always an important one because the behaviour is always exemplary from everyone, so those who win the award have done that little bit extra."
Goalkeeper Adam Collin said: "It was great to see so many youngsters involved in the soccer school in Penrith.
"All of the kids had a smile on their face, which is great to see, and Halpy and his team always put on a great few days for them. I think we all enjoy coming to these."
The awards were handed out as follows:
Penalty King - Alfie Blackburn
Best Attitude - Max Gibbons
Penalty King - Sam Blackburn
Best Attitude - Lucas Worth
Penalty King - Alfie White
Best Attitude - Joseph Campbell
Penalty King - Fynn Jackman
Best Attitude - Will Domville