Rugby Against Cancer want to support those that need our help to make their situation a little bit easier to deal with.
Rugby Against Cancer was founded by a Rugby player and 4 rugby players make up the committee/trustees. We personally know how important the rugby community and family is, and this is why we want to do our bit and help those within this amazing community.
Cancer does not discriminate and can affect anybody, so we want to be there for those that need it. Be that rugby players who have been diagnosed with cancer, the family of rugby players or those that don’t play anymore but are still involved in the rugby community.
Not only do we want to support this group of people, but we will support fundraisers and smaller cancer charities that need to raise awareness and funds to continue to do what they do.
Hi, and welcome to Rugby Against Cancer my name is Aarron Beesley and here is the reason why I started this charity.
I’ve been involved in rugby within Hampshire in excess of 30 years, it is my pleasure to support Rugby Against Cancer.
I am Graham Street, and I am a stage 4 cancer sufferer. Here is a short story of my own journey and how I joined the Rugby Against Cancer Family.
Our next mini interview is with Hampshire Based Southsea Nomads RFC Captain Ben Horrod. This interview has a bit more meaning for us as this is
This interview is with Gosport and Fareham Rugby Football Club, Hampshire Rugby Football Union and Bristol Bears Rugby very own Joe Batley. Over the last year and a bit Joe has been