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raised of £2,500 target by 148 supporters

    Weʼve raised £3,434 to Help financially support and provide the care needed for a player in our rugby team who is currently paralysed from the waist down.

    Bournemouth, United Kingdom
    Funded on Tuesday, 15th August 2017

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    Hello friends
    On the 3rd of June 2017, Liam was on his way to celebrate the ending of exams by attending Summer ball, like every other student he didn't have a care in the world, and couldn't be more excited to spend the day with his mates one last time.

    But on the way to the event he was in some serious discomfort, with pains in his lower back and legs. Then when it came to the getting off the bus, he couldn't move his legs. There was a serious problem at hand and thanks to the quick thinking of the emergencies services that attended to him, they managed to get him out of the bus by cutting a hole in the roof in order to evacuate him and get him to the necessary medical facilities.

    After a number of hours of being examined and transported he finally managed to reach the right hospital with the necessary services to attend to his every need. At this point multiple tests had been carried out to determine the cause for his paralysis, but to no avail. All we know at this moment is that he is paralysed from the waist down, and that doctors are doing everything humanly possible to get Liam back to his regular self.

    For those of you that are lucky enough to know Liam will know he that he is the most genuine person you have ever met. He is funny, compassionate, loving and a true friend that will have you back no matter what! This man is proud and it is the most distressing image seeing him in the position that he is in, no one ever deserves to be in this situation, especially Liam.

    He is an influential member of Bournemouth University's Rugby Football Club, as a club and a community we have the responsibility to offer support in every way possible. We are not saying that it is all doom and gloom there is hope and he is positive, but for progress we need to support him and his family, financially and emotionally. Thus we have set up this fund to ensure he is with his family during this terrible time, and that he receives the best treatment possible.



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      • Anna Morgan

        Anna Morgan

        Aug 8, 2017


      • Patrick O'Reilly

        Patrick O'Reilly

        Aug 7, 2017


      • Anonymous


        Aug 7, 2017

        Wishing you a speedy recovery. X

      • Gail Galluna

        Gail Galluna

        Aug 7, 2017

        Wishing you a speedy recovery 💕 Gail G


      • deborah vincent

        deborah vincent

        Aug 6, 2017


      • Mia Willoughby

        Mia Willoughby

        Aug 5, 2017


      • Gary Thomson

        Gary Thomson

        Aug 5, 2017

        Hi Liam, Cameron told us about your terrible situation and his Tough Mudder challenge to raise awareness for you. Here's to a swift recovery and good luck to Cameron in his endeavour!


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      Liam Mcgarry

      Liam Mcgarry

      Bournemouth, United Kingdom

      Liam is currently 20 years old. A diligent student at Bournemouth University. Rugby player and great friend to all that know him! Liam has touched the hearts of so many and will continue to do so in the future. Currently at Southampton Hospital receiving treatment.

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