Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Charity Football Match

Last night saw the first ever women charity football match at Edgar Street. The #itsnotalwaysalump charity match was in aid of charities that support Breast Cancer (Macmillan, Coppafeel, NHS Umbrella Fund and The Royal Marsden Cancer Centre) and raised £1300. The two sides saw players from local football teams, former players and friends come to together. Know your knockers beat Test your titties town 6-4 on the night. Mayor of Hereford Jim Kenyon helped form the guard of honor as the players entered the pitch and Hereford club captain Joel Edwards presented the player of the match award. You can make a donation or find out more at #itsnotalwaysalump 

Test your titties town squad managed by Julie Nicholas & Karen HackleyLauren Smith (Ludlow), Gemma Wadley, Sarah Phipps (Bartestree), Claire Hunt (retired), Sarah Morton (retired), Emily Lewis, Gemma Smillie (Bartestree), Laura Davies (Abergavenny), Jody Owen, Emily Lovelock, Becky Gummery, Clare Ward (Mitcheldean), Kerrie Taylor (Ludlow) and Siobhan Humphrey (Abergavenny)

Know your knockers squad managed by Leigh Harris & Dee Graham: Maz Davis-Hyde (Mitcheldean), Jenny Jordan (Mitcheldean), Steph Davis-Hyde (Mitcheldean), Kathy Hey, Lindsey Aldridge-Bufton, Sian Bull (Bartestree), Etty Greenhouse (retired), Stella Davies (retired), Emilia James (Ludlow), Nina Emery (retired), Lisa Stokes (Ludlow), Rachel Venables (Hay on Wye), Emma Tattersall (Mitcheldean) and Mary Hamilton (Bartestree)