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raised of £7,500 target by 483 supporters

    Weʼve raised £7,500 to give to the unnamed PC/RUGBY PLAYER who took on the three terrorists last night on London Bridge.

    Funded on Tuesday, 4th July 2017

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    An off-duty policeman - an amateur rugby player - was stabbed after tackling one of the three attackers. He remains in critical condition.

    Met Police commissioner Cressida Dick praised the "utterly heroic" actions of the officer, who was taken to hospital in a police car.

    She said: "It's hard to pick out individual stories but I am immensely proud of him and what he did."

    To show our appreciation for the brave rugby-playing policeman who's selfless act defending the public in the London Bridge terror attack saved countless lives, RUCK has teamed up with Rugby Pass​ and Rugby Union Reddit to raise money for him and his family during his recovery.

    100% of the money raised will go to him in some capacity!

    We will keep everyone updated on what happens at our website and on our Facebook page @ruckrugby.

    100% of the money raised will go to him in some capacity!

    For any further information you can also email the editor of RUCK -



    • RUCK RUGBY7 years ago


      7 years ago

      We've updated the target to £7500 after reaching our initial amount so early in the campaign!

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    • RUCK RUGBY7 years ago


      7 years ago

      A friend whose husband works with the officer told The Telegraph he sustained 'life altering but not life threatening' injuries and labelled him a hero who 'sets the example we should all follow'. Read more:

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    • RUCK RUGBY7 years ago


      7 years ago

      Here's an update we've sourced from the Mail. A British Transport Police officer who tried to take on the London Bridge jihadis armed only with his baton has sustained 'life-altering injuries' after being stabbed in the face. The officer suffered injuries to his face, leg and hands as he tried to take on the knife-wielding extremists as they went on a crazed rampage along London Bridge and Borough Market on Saturday evening. His Chief Constable has since praised the 'outstanding bravery' of the officer who is understood to be on probation hav

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    7 years ago

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    • Kristopher Avery

      Kristopher Avery

      Jul 1, 2017

      Best of luck with the recovery. You're a credit to our country and I thank you and your colleagues for the work you do every day, and especially in these tough times. All the best, Kris.


    • Paul Tavner

      Paul Tavner

      Jul 1, 2017

      Just won this betting on the Lions. This is a better cause than beer money.


    • Jo  Poole

      Jo Poole

      Jun 24, 2017

      Rugby, like mañy other sports, is a game of honour, loyalty and bravery. The heroism of this player just proves that it is off the field too.


    • Enoch Cheng

      Enoch Cheng

      Jun 22, 2017


    • Imagine Cruising Brisbane

      Imagine Cruising Brisbane

      Jun 21, 2017

      Sending our love and support from Imagine Cruising Brisbane Australia


    • Oktay Dogramaci

      Oktay Dogramaci

      Jun 19, 2017


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      Ellenann Lutes

      Jun 17, 2017


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