Royston’s Garden Walk to host charity match in aid of C.R.Y.
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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.
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Organisers are hoping around 500 people will attend the event.
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