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Raging Bull to donate Wales kit this Sunday

22nd October 2015, 15:57

Raging Bull to donate Wales kit this Sunday

Long-term Wales Rugby League kit partners Raging Bull have kindly donated a unique Wales playing strip for this Sunday’s game against Keighley Cougars at Cougar Park (kick-off 3pm).

Long-term Wales Rugby League kit partners Raging Bull have kindly donated a unique Wales playing strip for this Sunday’s game against Keighley Cougars at Cougar Park (kick-off 3pm).

 

All shirts will then raffled and auctioned off after the game to raise further funds for the Danny Jones fund.

 

Raging Bull’s managing director, Carl Richards said: “The whole rugby league community has done what they can to support Lizzie and the twins since the tragic passing of Danny Jones earlier this season.

 

“We sat down with the Wales management team earlier this year and discussed what we could do for the Keighley game. Every shirt Wales play in this Sunday will have D Jones on the back and we hope the selling of the shirts after the game raises as much money as possible for the family.

 

“The players also have a special D Jones training top for use throughout the European Championships and we continue be extremely proud of our partnership with Wales Rugby League.”

 

WRL chief operating officer Chris Thair said: “Raging Bull has been fantastic partners throughout our three years of working together and we kindly thank them for the kit and their ongoing support. Each year Raging Bull have surpassed our expectations and continue to provide us with a brilliant service and kit to all our representative teams. We hope there will be a bumper crowd there on Sunday and everyone will join in this unique occasion to raise as much funds as possible.”

 

Tickets for this special match on Sunday are still available priced £16 for adults, £11 concessions and £5 for juniors and they can be bought by going to http://keighleycougars.com/online-store/pre-order-your-match-day-tickets-vs-wales/.

 

The game is being played on the blank weekend of the 2015 European Championship which started last week when Wales beat last year’s champions Scotland in Wrexham. Next Friday 30th October will see Wales play France at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park in their second game of the tournament (kick-off 6.30pm). Tickets are available from https://www.eticketing.co.uk/cardiffblues/.