A Wycombe fan had a birthday to remember as she was inundated with messages and well-wishes from supports all over the country.

Lily-Rose Spratt, who turned 12 on Tuesday, April 14, was due to be the club’s mascot for their Easter Monday match against AFC Wimbledon, but due to the current coronavirus outbreak, all sporting fixtures have been postponed.

However, the Chairboys intervened to make sure it would be a birthday to remember for all the right reasons, as they prompted supporters from all corners of the country and the globe to send in birthday wishes via social media, and making her the star of their official website by featuring a birthday tribute to Lily-Rose as their main story.

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Lily-Rose also received personal video messages from striker Alex Samuel and manager Gareth Ainsworth.

Lily-Rose’s dad, Chris said: “We are so grateful to Wycombe Wanderers for all that they have done to make our little girl’s day so special.

“She was blown away by all of the messages, the website article and the videos from Gareth and Alex.

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“It was so much more than we could have imagined and has created so many memories that will live long in the memory. “

Lily-Rose, who attends the Sir William Ramsay School in High Wycombe, had her birthday at home with her mum Georgina, dad Chris and brother Dan.

Lily-Rose also recorded a video message thanking the club and the fans for the kind gesture