Brighouse Town are urging people using their ground for a kickabout during lockdown to stay away, as they risk ruining preparations for next season.

The club have outlined how its volunteers have found people trespassing on the private land and playing football as well as drinking and anti-social behaviour.

Those spotted have also not always been adhering to the two metre social-distancing rules.

Club officials add that their volunteers are trying to make the ground look “as good as it can be” and part of this involves needing to “give the grass enough time to nurture in preparation for the new season”.

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