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13 January 2017

Eleven-year-old Zac to carry out matchball against Rovers

The Community Champion at the Blackburn game was nominated by Combs Ford Primary School teacher, Helen Fuller, for being one of the kindest, most thoughtful children she has ever met. 

Eleven-year-old Zac Hill, who attends Stowmarket High School, goes above and beyond to help others. He is a conscientious individual, offering support to other children, especially to those experiencing friendship issues. He always ensures his peers feel included, often at the expense of doing something he would prefer to do. 

Not only is Zac an incredibly considerate young man, but he is also a selfless one, having to deal with circumstances which lots of other children his age don’t have to. 

Zac’s sister has autism and this means his home life, understandably, is often focused on her. But Zac never complains about the situation, talking about his family with much love and continuing to put others first. 

Zac is a Town fan and one day hopes to work for Sky Sports. His favourite player is Grant Ward and says the best thing about ITFC is the Luke Chambers fist pump! 

The Club is proud to have you as our Community Champion, Zac. If you know someone like Zac who deserves some recognition for doing something special, going above and beyond, shown a huge amount of bravery or given up their time for a local charity, or maybe they’ve shown kindness towards others or deserve a bit of recognition for overcoming adversity, then email your nomination to

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