Charity football match at Ashton Gate
Posted: Sunday, May 20th 2018
Monday, May 21st 2018
Lee Johnson and Scott Murray rolled back the years and were both on target in a charity football match at Ashton Gate on Sunday (May 20th).
City’s head coach and kitman joined fellow sport, soap, reality and music stars to raise valuable funds for Global’s Make Some Noise campaign.
In an afternoon, full of fun, selfies, goals and sunshine, the event saw celebrities come together to support a charity, which aims to improve the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the West Country and throughout the UK.
Manager: Kerry Katona
Captain: Jake Wood
Shayne Ward, Dan Osborne, Danny Boy Hatchard, Terry Alderton, Dom Lever, Louis Carey, James Hill, Lee Trundle, Kevin Cooper, Matt Lapinskas., Darren Byfield, James Middleton, Jay James.
Manager: Heart Breakfast
Captain: Lee Latchford-Evans
MC Harvey. Dean Edwards, Jeremy Lynch, Lee Johnson, DJ Locksmith, Kesi Dryden, Alex Beattie, Dan Edgar, Jay Hutton, Alex Russell, Scott Murray, Marvin Elliott, Gavin Ramjaun.
With a crowd exceeding 5,000, both teams were eager to put on a show and the Red team were eventual winners, winning 9-6.
Global’s Make Some Noise unites some of the country’s best-loved radio stations – Heart, Capital, Capital XTRA, Classic FM, Smooth, LBC, Radio X and Gold – to award grants and to give a voice to these projects.
For further information on the work of Make Some Noise, click here.
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