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RUFC - Stars in Charity Game

Rotherham United's Millmoor ground is set to host a charity game, reports The Advertiser.

The game is a fund raiser for Elysha Robertson, aged six, who has one of the world's rarest illnesses - that rare, doctors worldwide have been unable to identify it.

The games main sponsor is Bancroft Plumbing and Heating Ltd and Mel Sterland, John Breckin and Millers Chairman, Denis Coleman have all offered to help.

The game will be played on 30 September at Millmoor kicking off at 11 am and will be between Mel Sterland's All-stars and John Breckin's All-stars.

Players already confirmed, subject to availability, are Chris Waddle, John Sheridan, Tommy Wright, Nigel Clough, Lee Duxberry, John Seasman, Richard Finney, Ronnie Moore, Paul Stancliffe, Gerry Forrest, Mark Robins, Andy Williams, Chris Wilder, Carl Bradshaw, David Frain, Terry Curran, Tony Currie, David Hirst, Keith Edwards, Brian Deane, Danny Wilson, Kevin Pressman, Mark Todd and Billy Mercer.

Tickets will be 5 per adult and 3 concessions, a family ticket of two adults and two children will be 13.

On offer is also places for mascots, one to be auctioned on ebay and one to be decided by sealed bids to John Breckin at Millmoor - the closing date is Friday, 7 September.

All money raised will go to Elysha and her family.




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday July 27 2007

Time: 2:23PM

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might go to this just to see Gerry Forrest again
Mexbro miller
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27/07/2007 22:37:00

If these players all play it will be worth going to
herringthorpe
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27/07/2007 23:28:00

Looking forward to seeing the old faces....ill be there
zipadeedoodah
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28/07/2007 08:29:00

What an excellent idea, a good turn out for the young girl I reckon.
rybel_b
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30/07/2007 17:29:00

 

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