Liverpool Ladies Development Squad duo Shannon Beckwith and Emilie Revitt attended the Liverpool Disabled Supporters' Association’s (LDSA) special Ladies Day event at Anfield earlier this month.

Hosted by Pauline Daniels, the prestigious event in the Centenary Stand was also attended by Margaret Aspinall and the Lord Mayor of Liverpool.

LDSA members had the opportunity to get autographs and have their picture taken with the Liverpool Ladies pair as well as enjoying a three-course dinner.

The LDSA, which has more than 200 members, is one of the largest football disabled supporters’ associations in the world with members from as far afield as Canada, the USA and Lithuania.

Reds Development Squad skipper Beckwith said: “It’s a real honour for myself and Emilie to have been invited to attend today’s LDSA Ladies Day at Anfield.

“The LDSA play an extremely important role within the Club and it is fantastic to meet such inspirational people from the LDSA.”

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