The University of Kent in Canterbury hosted the Boccia county finals.
The charity, set up by Keith Mabbutt, aims to help vulnerable young people - including the homeless - by using football to get them into work. Since launching their latest programme, they've received nationwide recognition and could now win £200,000 to help expand their charity.
Tony Curtis is home schooled by is parents and has been training in America as he aims to fulfil his dream of becoming a professional fighter. 'Lightning Junior' picked up his first national title, winning the Amateur Boxing Alliance's under 30kg category.
This week, Street Soccer founder Keith Mabbutt joins us on the sofa to mark a year since the charity begun; We meet 11-year-old boxer Tony Curtis as he trains with legendary trainer Freddie Roach, plus some snowy football highlights and February's goal of the month.
If you have been inspired by the Winter Olympics then Kent might be the perfect place to try your hand at some of the sports. The county is home to Chatham's Ski Slope which has trained Charlotte Evans, who won gold at the women's Super G.