Tue 28 Apr 2020 15:56

As a Number 10 navigating the game in crowded waters George Billam is used to handling a rugby ball in confined spaces but little did he know how he would be able to put that to great use in the pandemic world we are having to adjusting to.
He clearly demostrates that you don't need oceans of room to prevent your ball skills getting a little rusty while getting some good exercise at the same time though you have to say he's not quite that quick on grass!!
Great job George and I know you have more in the pipeline along with the rest of the First Team.
So lets have some clips of your attempt at George's first skills set.
If you can come up with similar ideas that are not only useful but bring a much needed smile to all the Paviors Family then please send them to me at
graham.turner11@btopenworld.com
PLEASE STAY SAFE

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