Preston striker Jermaine Beckford gives boy another shirt

Jermaine Beckford with Ted Dockray
Image caption Jermaine Beckford scored a hat-trick in Preston's play-off final win over Swindon

Preston striker Jermaine Beckford has presented a signed shirt to a boy who had one seemingly snatched away from him after their play-off final victory.

Beckford threw his shirt into the crowd after scoring a hat-trick as Preston North End beat Swindon 4-0 in the League One final at Wembley on Sunday.

Television pictures appeared to show a woman taking it off Ted Dockray.

Receiving the replacement shirt, the eight-year-old said: "I'm glad I've got it. I'm going to hang it in my room."

He said he might even wear it sometimes.

Beckford said: "The look on his face when I gave him the shirt... He seemed happy, so I'm happy."

As well as the shirt, the youngster was given a stadium tour of North End's Deepdale stadium.

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