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Squads urged to stand up for Sadie

PUBLISHED: 10:45 03 July 2015

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Charity five-a-side tournament being arranged for youngster recently diagnosed with cerebral palsy

A charity five-a-side event is being held at Margaretting Village Hall on July 25 (2-6pm) to raise funds for Sadie Fisk.

Mark Fisk, who plays for CISK Sports in the Brentwood Sunday League, recently received the news that his little girl Sadie has the condition cerebral palsy.

There is a long road ahead for Sadie and mum and dad, Mark and Kelly. The youngster needs a ground-breaking operation, which cost £60,000 and can only be performed at one hospital in the country.

Fund raising is underway on all fronts and as part of the campaign #standupforsadie, Mark Fisk is running this charity five-a-side competition on July 25.

A seven-man squad can be entered and the cost per squad is £70. For more info and entry you can contact Mark directly via the email address Standupforsadie@gmail.com.

If anyone has any additional ideas on fund raising Mark and Kelly would be extremely grateful.

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