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London Youth Games: Havering reveal new-look

10:15 30 January 2014

Havering unveiled their new shirts for the 2014 London Youth Games this week

Havering unveiled their new shirts for the 2014 London Youth Games this week

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Future looks bright for youngsters

Havering Hurricanes have unveiled their new strip for the 2014 Balfour Beatty London Youth Games – an electric orange design.

The front of the T-shirt carries the Hurricanes logo, with the back design a montage featuring the names of all the sports involed in the London Youth Games and all the towns of Havering.

Borough team organiser Joe Playle said: “The electric orange design is sure to make Havering stand out this year. Many young people have suggested vibrant colours for the design and I hope this will be a hit with those who get the opportunity to wear it.”

If you live or go to school in Havering and would like to know how to compete at the London Youth Games, get in touch with Joe Playle either via email, at Joseph.Playle@havering.gov.uk, via the Havering LYG Facebook page, www.facebook.com/haveringLYG or on Twitter @HaveringActive.

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