Harry’s Half Time Lap of Honour

Continued from previous story: Happy as Harry

As a thank you and to celebrate disability player Harry Parker’s hard work and great achievement as part of the Children in Need Rickshaw Challenge, the Argyle players and manager, Derek Adams, honoured Harry as part of Saturday’s game against Fleetwood at Home Park.

As a passionate fan, Harry was able to enjoy a pre-match experience touring the stadium and then meeting all the players before watching the game.

At half time Harry was then honoured by walking a lap of the pitch with players Gary Sawyer and Graham Carey who then presented him with a special Argyle shirt, signed by the first team. The shirt was printed with the number 423 to represent the amount of miles he embarked on with the Rickshaw Team cycling from Calais to Salford for Children in Need.

All the fans within the stadium were on their feet applauding the Ability Counts football player, all showing support for his great achievement to be part of the charity cycle ride. Parents, Steve and Gill expressed their thanks to the Trust and Club for their time and consideration saying that “it will be an experience Harry will never forget.”