Prince William and Harry play soccer and box with teens at a leisure center in Glasgow. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
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STORY: Britain's Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, and his brother, Prince Harry, were put through their sporting paces on Tuesday (July 29) as they joined a group of local teenagers at a leisure centre in Glasgow.
Prince William, the second in line to the British throne and the country's most popular royal according to a June poll for the Independent on Sunday newspaper, practised his dribbling skills while his younger brother took part in a boxing class.
The two princes then took part in a game of football - on opposite sides.
But apart from a bit of friendly jostling the game ended in smiles all round.
As the royals posed for a photograph with the teenage footballers one of the local boys raised a laugh when he appeared to offer his support to Britain's sporting rival Australia.
The princes' visit came as they were due to spend a second day at the Commonwealth Games in the city.
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