Wisbech young rugby players hike in Peak District to raise impressive sum for Macmillan and Help for Heroes

PUBLISHED: 11:28 08 September 2015 | UPDATED: 11:28 08 September 2015

Wisbech Rugby Club. Under 14s cheque presentation. Rear: Sally Elmer, Mark Goude u14s coach and Mollie Poole-Warren. Picture: Steve Williams.

Wisbech Rugby Club. Under 14s cheque presentation. Rear: Sally Elmer, Mark Goude u14s coach and Mollie Poole-Warren. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Young rugby players completed a 13.5mile hike in the Peak District to raise £750 for good causes.

Wisbech under 14s handed over cheques for £375 to representatives from MacMillan Cancer Support and Help for Heroes at the re-opening ceremony of Wisbech’s clubhouse on Saturday.

Also on the day, both the first team and Wildcats had their first pre-season runouts. The first team lost 29-7 to Noriwch, while the Wildcats beat Deepings 35-5.


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