Saracens - Saracens to play Charity Football match

Feb 02, 2015

Saracens to play Charity Football match


Some of Saracens players and staff will be taking part in a charity football match on Tuesday evening, to raise money AgeUKHerts.

The Sarries players will be swapping their gum shields, shoulder pads and head guards for shin pads, oversized headphones and alice bands on Tuesday night as they face St Albans FC at Clarence Park.  The following Saracens players will be involved: Nick de Jager, Catalin Fercu, Jamie George, Hayden Thompson-Stringer, Tom Whiteley and Jackson Wray.

The Dragons Apprentice Challenge event is organised by Team Midas from Sir John Lawes School in Harpenden who are raising funds for AgeUKHerts, a local charity helping older people in Hertfordshire to improve their lives through financial, social and physical well-being.

The Dragons Apprentice Challenge event organised by Team Midas from Sir John Lawes School in Harpenden, will see a team made up of Saracens players and staff (plus a few ringers from Harpenden Town FC) face St Abans FC, kick-off is 19h00.

For more information on the game, follow Team Midas on twitter.

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