But the youngster, who plays for Three Bridges u10s, managed an astonishing 2,600 in 25 minutes. And you can watch the incredible effort above (sped up to twice the speed).
His dad Joe said: "During the lockdown with no school and no football clubs, Reggie challenged himself to do as many kick ups, without dropping the ball.
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"100 for any 10 year old is impressive, but Reggie completed 2,600 in 25 minutes.
"He has since seen another lad who plays for Blackburn Rovers Academy complete 2,500, so this made it even more of an achievement."
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