Dan and Fergal are players of Stamford rugby club 1st
team, after hearing about the life changing event that involved a fellow member of Stamford rugby we have come together to do a bike ride. Seb Goold, the Stamford Rugby player was nine when he was seriously injured in April 2014. He fell from a moving bus on the A47 in Norfolk taking him back from a rugby tournament where he represented Stamford Rugby club. After going through a number of surgeries Seb fought through but unfortunately losing his right leg above the knee.
When he woke up, Seb could barely see, talk or lift his head,
and had problems moving his limbs. He had to relearn how to do everything and although he has come a long way since, he is still having daily therapy and physiotherapy.
After making contact with Nick and Tracey (Seb's Mum and Dad)they have pointed us in the direction of where the donationtions will help Sebthe most. This is through the Matt Hampson Trust. They provide advice, support, relief and/or treatment for anyone suffering serious injury or disability which has arisen from any cause, but in particular from participation in or training for any sport, sporting activity or other form of physical education or recreation. We assist individuals by offering direct grants or by paying into existing and future funds to assist with equipment, technology or just every day experience's.
All donations will go towards the Rehab centre that is under
development where Seb will attend for continued support.