The Back with a Boom Event saw Rugby Against Cancer face Pacific Islanders Rugby Club at Petersfield Rugby Club.
Thank you to everyone who attended, played and supported, we raised an epic £10,000! Thank you to our hosts, Petersfield RFC!
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The Final Trek 2021 raised a mammoth £77,000!
63 walkers endured an 80-mile trek from Guy’s Hospital in Central London to Portsmouth Rugby Club, continuously walking from start to finish!
Well done to every person who was involved in the event and thank you to all those volunteers who gave up their time to ensure the event ran smoothly!
For Easter 2021, we asked our Champions to nominate hospitals to receive an Easter delivery. Thanks to the generosity of our followers we raised £551 which was split between the four hospitals;
The Rugby Against Cancer Mo Team raised a fantastic £1,680 towards men’s health.
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The pots have been shaken, the cash donations have been counted and the GoFundMe page is now closed!
That draws the curtains on this year’s Trek 2 Twickers!
We want to say a massive thank you again to everybody involved, everybody who donated and everybody that helped us reach a MASSIVE £19,106!!
67 miles in 27 hours, walking from Portsmouth to Twickenham to attend the Army V Navy fixture. We raised an incredible £9700 for Prostate Cancer along the way.
There were many emotions and some tough times throughout but what an experience it was. We at Rugby Against Cancer thank every person who took part.
On Friday 16th November Rugby Against Cancer took on The Army Masters at Aldershot.
Raising funds and awareness for the cancer charity ‘Bloodwise’.
With the going heavy and the conditions misty, the team RAC team availed themselves to the challenge and put on a determined effort but losing 80-20 but raising £553.41