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£25raised of £200 target by 2 supporters

    Weʼve raised £25 to Support and enhance Girls rugby @ Worthing RFC for girls between 10 to 17 years, with new kit, equipment & and subsidised team tours

    Funded on Wednesday, 28th February 2018

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    I will be taking part in a 5 Kilometre park run on the 25th November 2017 dressed as the Worthing Rugby club's mascot Reggie The Raider to fundraise for the Girls section which coaches young ladies from 9 18 years old in an increasingly popular ladies sport which boasts one of the largest girls rugby sections in the country.

    I coach girls rugby for 9 -12 year olds at Worthing Rugby club.
    I am raising funds so that the section can buy new kits, equipment and subsidise the Girls rugby tours.

    And if you have daughters who want to get involved why not stop by the club on Sunday morning between 10 -1

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      • Rachel Whittington

        Rachel Whittington

        Nov 25, 2017

        Well done old bean x

        £5.00

      • Laura Dickerson

        Laura Dickerson

        Oct 31, 2017

        Good luck! May see you all down there :)

        £20.00

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