Meet Our Players: Steph
Hull & East Yorkshire PFC would like to introduce you to Steph, who is the latest player to star in Meet Our Players Q&A feature series. Steph is an academy team player who has in the last two-three seasons begun to play in matches and her confidence with the football has grown. Steph plays in the Yorkshire League and North East League 1. Also, Steph is a key member of the club where she plans events for the club such as our annual summer party end of season awards. We introduce you to Steph:
How long have you been playing powerchair football?
I have been playing for 5 years.
What do you enjoy the most about powerchair football?
I love the community spirit and meeting people.
Why should someone who has a physical disability, and uses a wheelchair on a daily basis try powerchair football?
Powerchair Football is worth giving it a try as it will give you the freedom and channel to play a team sport.
How has powerchair football changed your life?
Powerchair football has given me more freedom and has made me more confident.
What’s your favourite memory of the club?
The parties we have and Lee’s socks.
Where do you see yourself in five years?
Enjoying life to the full
How did it feel when you first tried powerchair football?
I was excited.
Tell us an interesting fact about yourself?
I was a pig farmer
What are your hobbies away from powerchair football?
Holidays, shopping, baking and going out.
What have you been doing during the lockdown?
I have been baking and video calling family & friends.
We would like to thank Steph for answering our questions during the lockdown. It is clear to see Steph's confidence has grown due to playing powerchair football.
This weekend we will have an exclusive interview with Brad Bates who made his international debut for England Powerchair Football Team last year in the Euro's.