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Weʼre raising £200 to support the work of Yorkshire MESMAC and honour World AIDS Day

Sheffield, UK

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On the 1st December 2018 for World Aids Day, two IGR International Gay Rugby Yorkshire teams are coming together to help raise funds for a local sexual health organisation, Yorkshire Mesmac by playing a friendly match of Rugby.

Come down to Hallam Sports Park to watch as Sheffield Vulcans and Leeds Hunters face each other for the first time.

KICK OFF: 2:00pm

A 2 minute silence will be held before the game to remember those who fought battles against HIV and AIDS, and to support those living today.

Throughout the afternoon there will be opportunities to donate in support of World AIDS day so please bring cash. There is a bar and hot food available at the venue.

Following the game, there will be a social organised in Sheffield's LGBT district and City Centre in the evening.

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    • Janice Hudson

      Janice Hudson

      Dec 3, 2018

      Keep up the good work


    • Carl Rowley

      Carl Rowley

      Dec 1, 2018

      Have a great game today everyone. All in the name of a great cause.


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    Michael Hudson

    Michael Hudson

    Sheffield, UK

    Captain of Sheffield Vulcans RUFC. We are a Inclusive Rugby Club that was set up in Sheffield in August 2017. We're part of the International Gay Rugby clubhouse and aim to provide a safe place for people to participate in sports without worry of prejudice.

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