Three inspirational Blues proudly represented Everton as the OIympic Flame arrived in the North West this week.
Everton Ladies star Becky Easton, Goodison steward Margy Haywood and Everton in the Community student Andy Cowley were each selected to take part in the Olympic Torch Relay for their dedication to helping others in local communities.
Becky was supported by her Everton Ladies teammates as she took charge of the Flame along Liverpool Road in Huyton earlier today.
As well as playing a starring role for the Blues, Becky works full-time as a podiatrist and was nominated for the Olympic Torch honour by her sister for her selfless attitude and commitment to improving the quality of life for elderly patients in her care.
The right-back who joined Everton in 1997, won the league title in her first season and was part of the 2010 FA Women's Cup winning side.
In a football career spanning 13 years, she has won every domestic title, played in the Champions League, captained the England team and was named International Player of the Year in 2001.
Lifelong Evertonian Margy also joined the Olympic Torch Relay team earlier today when she carried the Flame through Formby.
The 61-year-old has worked as an Everton steward in the Paddock for eight years and was nominated for the honour by a fellow Blues fan for her work as a nurse and commitment to elderly care.
She said: "I'm over the moon. It's the chance of a lifetime."
And 17-year-old Andy was the first of the Everton trio to take charge of the Flame in Wigan on Thursday, where he was cheered on by his Everton in the Community tutors and fellow students.
The St Helens student, who is currently working towards the Everton in the Community Level 3 BTEC Extended Diploma in Football at Childwall Sports & Science College, was chosen to take part for his volunteer work at an after school club which offered local disabled people the chance to play football.
James Croxton, Education Manager at Everton in the Community said: "Andrew is one of the best students on our course. He has 100% attendance, shows fantastic commitment and consistently works to a high standard. He deserves this honour after all the extra hours and hard work."
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