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Liverpool Academy staff and players completed a gruelling Yorkshire three-peak challenge on Thursday in memory of Stephen Packer, the U9s player who sadly passed away in November last year.
As a fitting tribute to the youngster, a team of walkers conquered the demanding hike in under nine hours to raise vital funds for Alder Hey Children's hospital in Liverpool.
Academy director Frank McParland completed the trek, as did a group of Liverpool starlets including Yalany Baio and Nathan Burke.
Stephen's mum, dad and granddad also finished the 25-mile walk, despite the severe weather conditions.
So far, over £7,000 has been raised for Alder Hey - but the Academy want you to help them raise even more.
To visit Liverpool FC's JustGiving page and donate now, click here>>
You can also text SPAC93 followed by the amount that you would like to give to 70070. For example, if you wish to send £5, text 'SPAC93 £5' to 70070.
Scroll down to view pictures of the walk.
For more pictures of the walk, click here to visit Alfresco Adventures' Facebook page>>
Author: @philreade Tagged:
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