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Football: Roneo Colts to host charity match in support of Alzheimer’s Society UK

PUBLISHED: 07:00 07 April 2017

The local football season is drawing to a close (pic: Simon O'Connor).

The local football season is drawing to a close (pic: Simon O'Connor).

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Men’s team to face squad of parents and adults on Sunday at Robert Clack School

Roneo Colts men’s team are hosting a charity match on Sunday to raise funds for Alzheimer’s Society UK.

Colts will face a team comprising of parents and coaches on the 3G pitch at Robert Clack School, with kick-off at 12pm on Sunday afternoon.

Once the match is finished, there will be a special raffle, with all proceeds going to Alzheimer’s Society UK.

Prizes for the raffle include three tickets to see Crystal Palace play either Hull City or Burnley in the Premier League, a camera, a Tassimo coffee machine, a bottle of Grey Goose vodka, as well as aftershaves and perfumes.

Youth players will also be on hand to assist with the smooth running of the event throughout the day.

With the weather expected to be good and money being raised for a good cause, why not pop down on Sunday afternoon to support Roneo Colts and Alzheimer’s Society UK?

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