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Welshman Nathan Davies completes 208 mile keepie-uppie trek across Lesotho

How good are you at keeping up a football?

One man from Connah's Quay has made a career out of his skills, and he's using them to raise money for the fight against the HIV virus.

Mike Griffiths explains...

In 2003 I went I went to Lesotho... and did a tour where we played soccer matches against other teams over there.

Any kids that turned up to watch the soccer matches they got free AIDS testing.

– Nathan Davies
Nathan put in nearly 2,000 miles of training in the USA

Although Nathan grew up in Connah's Quay, he's spent more than a decade in the US coaching football in New Jersey.

Nathan's trek was in aid of charity Kick 4 Life. It organises sports events as a way of educating people about HIV and AIDS

I had one lady walking next to me for a couple of miles. Later on I found out that she was the Minister for Sport in the country!

She ended up telling the Prime Minister about what I was doing! And then once I'd finished the challenge, he'd asked to meet me, so he invited me over to lunch at his house.

Crowds walked alongside Nathan on his trek