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Posted Friday, March 9th 2018

Wright auctioning off Australian shirt

Bailey Wright is auctioning off an official matchworn Australian shirt to raise funds for Children’s Hospice South West.

The City skipper and Hospice ambassador wore the shirt against Honduras in the Socceroos’ World Cup play-off victory and has since had it signed by his international teammates.

The club are in their third successive year of partnership with the local charity, which is situated just a mile from the club’s Failand training ground.

Charlton Farm offers a wealth of services to families whose children have been diagnosed with life-limiting conditions, including short breaks, respite, holistic care, emergency stays, a dedicated sibling service, end of life care and bereavement support. The hospice currently supports over 200 life-limited children from across Bristol, South Gloucestershire and BANES.

To submit an offer, supporters should click here.

The auction will conclude on Sunday, March 18th.

For more information on the Hospice’s invaluable work, click here.