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Liverpool duo Kate Longhurst and Libby Stout visited St Margaret's school in Aigburth last night to show their support at Liverpool FC Foundation's Respect 4 All Disability Centre.
The Reds pair attended the event in South Liverpool to assist with a coaching session whilst also participating in a Q&A session.
The Women's Super League trophy was also in attendance for the programme's participants to get their photograph taken with the prestigious piece of silverware.
The Foundation has two Respect 4 All centres, in Aigburth and Wirral, which deliver free impairment-specific coaching to young people and adults with complex additional needs.
Reds' number seven Longhurst was delighted to be able to be able to assist with the coaching. She said: "It is an absolute privilege to be able to come down to the coaching session tonight and participate with both the children and the adults.
"To be able to give something back to the community is extremely important and I hope to be involved in many more events such as this one."
Goalkeeper Stout added: "Footballers are often seen as role models but those participating in tonight's coaching session are the real inspirational people.
"It is an honour that we are in a position to be involved with events such as this and I would like to thank the Liverpool FC Foundation for inviting us down."
Respect 4 All manager, Ryan Moignard, added: "Respect 4 All is a brilliant programme which gives those who previously haven't been involved in sport an opportunity to participate which is really satisfying. It truly is an honour for all of the Liverpool FC Foundation coaches to work alongside such inspirational people."
"I am thrilled that we have been able to get two of the Liverpool Ladies players to attend tonight's event along with the WSL trophy as the adults and children were absolutely delighted."
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