Fantastic fundraising trio!

Three Rugby Against Cancer superstars have been enduring personal physical challenges to raise money for the charity!

Frankie Harvey

Frankie challenged herself to a “𝟏𝟎𝟎 𝐜𝐑𝐚π₯π₯𝐞𝐧𝐠𝐞” for Rugby Against Cancer. She pledged to complete 100 rugby ball passes AND 100 press ups or squats every day for a month!

Frankie is a big Harlequins rugby fan, plays for Thurrock RFC and is part of Girls Rugby Club – a very proactive member of our rugby family!

She’s so determined to raise as much money as possible to help those affected by cancer and to make more people aware of Rugby Against Cancer!β €

Freddie Reeder

10-year old Freddie set himself a fitness challenge in memory of his Nanny who died of Breast Cancer. For 30 days Freddie completed 20 press-ups, 50 sit-ups and a 15 minute run!

He plays for Tadley Rugby Club and is a big rugby fan, he used the challenge to get fitter ready for training and raised money for Rugby Against Cancer as he did so.

Jack Bryant

After 166 active days, 3800 miles, 5 states, 20 team members, 6 stitches and 1000’s of litres of water Jack Bryant has completed his Aussie Cycling Challenge!

He has been putting in a massive effort from 1st January until 26th June to complete his challenge, cycling the 3800 mile cycle – the equivalent distance between Melbourne and Darwin, up the East Coast of Australia.

Congratulations to all of our fundraisers for all your hard work, determination and persistence with your challenges – raising an amazing amount of work! You should all be really proud, and thank you for spreading awareness of Rugby Against Cancer as you do so!

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