Yeovil Town's Community team have had another brush with the law!

The Glovers began coaching workshops in nearby Guys Marsh prison earlier in the year, and have now set up a social inclusion project with Avon & Somerset Police.

The police had been talking to youngsters from the Reckleford area about the need for more sporting activities and enlisted the help of Town's Community team.

Yeovil skipper Terry Skiverton joined Community officers Roy O'Brien and Dave Grudge as they coached boys and girls aged five to 14 at Reckleford School.

PC Darren Holt was also on hand - and could not resist a kick around with the youngsters.

O'Brien said: "It was a really enjoyable evening and the enthusiasm of the kids made our job really easy.

"We had a great turn out and there was an extremely good atmosphere."

Police Community Support Officer Barbara Hooper was equally pleased.

She said: "Everyone had a great time and the kids were thrilled to see Terry Skiverton turning up for the event.

"We are hoping to continue the initiative over the coming months."

Football League Trust Regional Manager John Relish said: "It is great to see the club linking with the local police force in this way. It sends out all the right messages.

"And with the club captain giving up time, too, the youngsters who attended must have enjoyed every minute. The Trust wholly supports this type of initiative."