BESCOT CROWD ASKED TO BE QUIET BESCOT CROWD ASKED TO BE QUIET
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BESCOT CROWD ASKED TO BE QUIET

Earlier this week Walsall's Banks's Stadium played host to the English Schools’ Football Association cup final, between Clitheroe Royal Grammar School in Lancashire and the Great Cornard Middle School from Suffolk.
Last week Walsall's Banks's Stadium played host to the English Schools’ Football Association cup final, between Clitheroe Royal Grammar School in Lancashire and the Great Cornard Middle School from Suffolk.

Around 1,000 school children were bussed to the stadium to support their schools and hopefully have a wonderful day, however as the game reached 15 minutes an announcement came across the tannoy, asking fans to "refrain from making too much noise." as the stadium was also playing host to a corporate lunch and the sound of horns and children cheering was disturbing the guests, according to reports the rest of the game was played in near-silence.

Walsall FC secretary Daniel Mole told the Mirror, “Instruments like these horns are not permitted at games, regardless of whether it’s a first team fixture or a schools match.

"We do our best to ensure that everyone has a successful event here, whether it is football-related or a private party or conference.”
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