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CHARITY | Town fans raise over £2,200 for the Poppy Appeal

Sum raised via commemorative shirt auction

9 November 2017

A close up of the commemorative Poppy Appeal shirts PPAUK

Over two thousand, two hundred pounds has been raised by Town supporters for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal following the commemorative shirt auction.

For almost two weeks supporters have been bidding in large numbers for their favourite player's shirt, with the final sum totalling £2,202.

A fortnight ago for the clash against Stevenage at Huish Park the players wore special shirts with poppies embroidered onto the front.

Following the Sky Bet League Two fixture the match-worn shirts were placed on auction with all proceeds going to the RBL's Poppy Appeal.

Yeovil Town Football Club and the RBL would like to thank everyone who took part in the auction. 


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