Apr 08, 2015
Silent auction for Saracens Sport Foundation
When Saracens play against Leicester Tigers on Saturday, a very special auction will be taking place across all hospitality lounges at Saracens.
With the aim to raise funds to support Schalk Brits’ wife, Colinda, and Rhys Gill’s wife, Steph, who are running the Virgin Money London Marathon 2015, to raise money for the Saracens Sport Foundation.
Colinda Brits: “Since we arrived at the club I have been honored to see the work the Saracens Sport Foundation undertake. Myself and Steph are looking to raise as much as we can for a great cause.”
On offer are some amazing items that any fan would love to get their hands on.
In advance to Saturday’s game, please see a list of the items which will be available to bid for:
To bid for the items. Please email ClairLodge@saracens.net before 10am on Saturday to register your bid.
Item One: The winning ball from the LV Cup final.
Item Two: Dinner at Sergio's Italian Restaurant for a table of 4 alongside six Saracens - All inclusive food and drink between 6pm and 12am at Sergio’s, SOHO, to be arranged for a mutually agreeable time. This item has a reserve price of £800.
Item Three: Four Ball Golf at Brocket Hall Golf Course with Schalk Brits - A round of Golf at Brocket Hall with Schalk who has a handicap of 9 - to be arranged for a mutually agreeable time.
Item Four: A signed pair of boots owned and worn by Owen Farrell.
Item Five: A replica 2014/15 season shirt signed by the entire Saracens squad - 3 replica shirts available.
Item Six: A 2013/2014 Saracens Replica Shirt - A 2013/2014 Saracens Team shirt signed by the 2013/2014 team.
Item Seven: Playing shirt worn by Richard Wigglesworth and signed by England team worn in the England Vs Scotland match 2015.
Item Eight: England playing shirt worn and signed by Mako Vunipola.
Item Nine: England playing shirt worn and signed by Billy Vunipola.
Item Ten: A signed pair of boots worn by Chris Ashton at Wembley on 28 March 2015 when Saracens beat Harlequins in front of a world record crowd.