BOLTON Wanderers youngsters donned their red noses and pulled out their best dance moves for Comic Relief.

Earlier in the week, Strictly Come Dancing presenters Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly completed their 24-hour danceathon in the BBC Radio 2 studio, raising more than £1 million.

This inspired the Bolton Wanderers youth team to do a danceathon of their own.

Gathering at the club's Eddie Davies Academy training ground yesterday, members of the Under 23 and Under 18s squads performed a routine of 'Baby Shark'.

One of those joining in was U23s captain Harry Brockbank, who said: "Everyone thinks footballers just turn up and kick a ball for a living but it's important to give back to people who don't have a lot or don't have the privileges that we do.

Coach David Lee watched on from the sidelines.

He added: "One they got their confidence, they were all up for it.

"I think they were a little worried about having to do individual dances but once they knew it was as a group they were really happy to do it."

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