Wyrley Juniors U7s Lions will have a new addition to their kit bag with a donation of a life saving Automated Defibrillator. This device designed to help if a player suffers a Cardiac Arrest was provided to Wyrley Juniors FC under 7s Lions by a local first aid training company Safeaid Services. The device will be carried with the team whenever the team trains or plays their matches.

Fred Clowes from Safeaid Services said “We were approached by the Lions to sponsor their rain jackets but we thought it would be great if we could also donate this unit to protect the team and also other players and spectators whist they play. Although Sudden Cardiac Arrest is rare in children it happens and providing the AED massively improves outcomes. We believe that this will be one of the first AED Specifically for the medical kit of such a young team anywhere in the country”. Safeaid Services is also training the parents of the team in the use of this life saving piece of equipment.

Pictures show the Lions with their new Defibrillator and them warming up in their new rain jackets.



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