Oskar Pycroft led Bristol City out as team mascot
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Oskar Pycroft's says walking Bristol City out was 'amazing'

A young Bristol City fan with cerebral palsy has led his team out as mascot for the first time since having an operation to help him walk.

Oskar Pycroft, seven, took his first steps at Ashton Gate for the Championship match between City and Preston North End.

Last year fans of the club and rivals Bristol Rovers helped raise £57,000 to pay for the operation.

As he walked out onto the pitch he received a standing ovation from fans.

  • 13 Jan 2016