Meet Our Players: Luke
Hull & East Yorkshire PFC would like to introduce you to one of our development players Luke. Luke has been playing powerchair football since the club was set-up. He is a player the club sees as a progressive player, and he is a big supporter of both of our teams on match-days. We introduce you to Luke:
How long have you been playing powerchair football?
Since the club formed seven and a half years ago.
What do you enjoy the most about powerchair football?
Meeting players, family and friends from all different clubs.
Why should someone who has a physical disability, and uses a wheelchair on a daily basis try powerchair football?
No matter what your P/D is, it's worth giving it a try you may surprise yourself,
it can open up so many opportunities.
How has powerchair football changed your life?
It's given me an extended family.
What’s your favourite memory of the club?
Has to be half time lap of honour with the( league trophy) around a Hull City home game.
Where do you see yourself in five years?
Hopefully still in education and enjoying all my hobbies.
How did it feel when you first tried powerchair football?
Tell us an interesting fact about yourself?
I'm an Ambassador for a local charity called Make A Difference Together.
What are your hobbies away from powerchair football?
Going to watch Hull City, Hull FC, Ice Hockey, Theatre, Socialising.
What have you been doing during the lockdown?
Lots of school work, singing /YouTube, garden, planting vegetables, 30 days wild.
We would like to thank Lkeu for taking his time during the lockdown to answer these questions. It's great to hear the passion Shaun has for powerchair football and especially, how it has changed his life.