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‘Something kept me going’ – Man, 25, with Asperger’s appointed bowls president – Great Yarmouth Mercury

Thursday, 28 November, 2019

‘Something kept me going’ – Man, 25, with Asperger’s appointed bowls president – Great Yarmouth Mercury

Matthew Sparrow, 25, from Acle, is the youngest ever president of the Norfolk County Bowls Association. Picture: Courtesy of Matthew Sparrow.

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Matthew Sparrow, 25, was recently appointed President of the Norfolk County Bowls Association - making him its youngest ever president and one of the youngest in the UK.

But the journey has not always been smooth.

In his childhood the Acle man endured both verbal and physical abuse.

Click here to read full article https://www.greatyarmouthmercury.co.uk/news/norfolk-county-bowls-association-president-aspergers-bullying-1-6390705

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