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Stratford Rugby Club to show support for Marie Curie

Stratford Editorial 20th Mar, 2016 Updated: 28th Oct, 2016

RUGBY players from Stratford are preparing to take to the big stage in support of Marie Curie.

Over 300 players from Stratford Rugby Football Club will be teaming-up with Coventry-based Aviva Premiership high-fliers Wasps next month.

The Ricoh Arena will be transformed into a yellow wonderland during Wasps match with Northampton Saints on Saturday April 3 to raise vital funds for Marie Curie, which supports people living with any terminal illness and their families for

And Mini and Junior players will then form a guard of honour and take part in the big shirt shake to welcome the two teams on to the pitch.

Stratford RFC will also receive a proportion of the gate receipts as part of Wasps community links development programme.

Visit for match tickets – age 9 and under free – and further details.

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