Royston’s Garden Walk to host charity match in aid of C.R.Y.

12:14 13 March 2014

CRY v Cambridge United

CRY v Cambridge United

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Cambridge United fans are expected to descend on Royston Town FC’s Garden Walk ground on Saturday to support a charity football match.

Norwich City skipper Russell Martin will be referee the game as a Cardiac Risk in the Young (C.R.Y.) All Star XI, managed by ex-Cambridge captain Paul Wanless, face a Cambridge United Past and Present XI, led by United director of football Jez George, on Sunday (March 16), 2pm kick-off.

Star names set to feature in the game are Peterborough United manager Darren Ferguson, Woking forward Scott Rendell, former U’s and Leicester City striker Trevor Benjamin and ex-Chelsea defender Danny Granville.

Entrance to the game is £5 for adults and £1 for children.

Every penny raised will go to C.R.Y. a charity which was founded in 1995 to raise awareness of conditions that can lead to young sudden cardiac death and sudden death syndrome.

Organisers are hoping around 500 people will attend the event.

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