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Monday, May 27, 2024

Big hearted little rugby player helps terminally ill coach

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A YOUNG player at Stanford rugby club has given up his one of prize possession to help a coach / player at the club.

Daniel Mcintosh has been diagnosed with a stage 3 inoperable brain tumour and is beginning six weeks of intensive radiotherapy.

Not being able to work, the self employed builder will struggle with income to support his heavily pregnant wife and two young daughters.

The club began several fund raisers and charity events to help but young fly half Tyler Rawe ( 11 ) decided to make a difference. He offered up for auction a club shirt signed by several players from his beloved Saracens .

The framed shirt raised £250 and was then given by the winners to the family.

The winning bidders ( who combined bids to win ) said “This is an awesome gesture from an incredibly generous young man ”

The club is organising other events, anyone wanting to help in anyway can contact Stanford RFC for details.

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