Yeovil Town chairman Scott Priestnall has said the club are discussing ways to mark the club’s 125th anniversary.

The milestone passed last season but restrictions around the COVID-19 pandemic meant it was unable to host events.

Speaking to BBC Radio Somerset, the chairman said: “We will try to do some things, there are discussions ongoing internally about what can and can’t be done.

Chairman Scott Priestnall, left, with manager Darren Sarll.

“Obviously although we are back playing in the stadium with supporters we are a bit hesitant to do anything than just play football games at the moment.

“Once the pandemic hopefully reduces over the next six to 12 months, we may look at doing something but at the moment we will just focus on the football side of things and try and commemorate it as much as we can.”

However, the chairman added that the club would be donating some of the children’s sizes of the kit designed for the anniversary to BBC Somerset’s ‘Kit Out The Nation’ campaign, which will give kit to young people in Somerset.

And, yes, that is all the interview was about…..

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