Cricket club raise thousands for a Doncaster Royal Infirmary ward through a charity match

Members of the cricket club have sadly lost loved ones to cancer so in their memory they donated over £2,000 to DRI’s respiratory ward.

By Laura Andrew
Wednesday, 29th September 2021, 8:40 am

The Wadworth Cricket Club played a charity match against the Wadworth Weasels on Sunday, September 12.

The match was in honour of those who had died of cancer and had been treated DRI.

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They charity match was to raise funds for DRI.

Several members of the cricket teams have lost loved ones this way over the past 18 months and wanted to do something to remember them by.

The day included a bouncy castle, a cake sale and a hog roast supplied by the main sponsor of the event EV Slacks (a butcher in Wadworth).

There was a refreshment stall and a tombola raffle plus a visit from an ice cream van.

All profits were donated to the cause.

Funds raised will go towards the respiratory ward at DRI.

The running total from the event stands at £2030.

The match was won by Wadworth Cricket Club.

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There was a bake sale and a bouncy castle.
They raised over £2,000.