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Teenage Cancer Trust Fundraising

Joe Lunn

 

Joe Lunn is 17 years old and a member of Sutton Cricket Club, something he has been since he was 7. He has been undergoing chemotherapy at the Royal Marsden Hospital for a rare form of cancer known as Synovial Sarcoma.  The Teenage Cancer Trust supports the unit where Joe’s treatment is taking place and Sutton Cricket Club helped to raise funds for this charity. Follow the link to a letter from Dave Lunn.

There were several initiatives run during and around the Sutton Cricket Club Cricket Week, which can be seen below, and all of these initiatives helped us raise a staggering £3268.27, so thanks to everyone who donated.

  1. Ashes Ticket Raffle
  2. Guess the Runs in Cricket Week Competition
  3. Sponsored Sightscreen Race
  4. Last Day of Colts Cricket Players Donation
  5. Donation from Officials
  6. Donation Boxes
  7. Make a Simple Online Donation

Ashes Cricket Raffle

Ashes Cricket Raffle

  • 1st Prize was 2 tickets for England v Australia Ashes Test Match on Friday 13th September at The Kia Oval
  • 2nd Prize was 2 tickets for England v Australia Ashes Test Match on Friday 13th September at The Kia Oval
  • 3rd Prize was 3 tickets to day 5 of the Ashes test match at Lords
  • 50% of the proceeds went to the Teenage Cancer Trust

Guess the Runs in Cricket Week Competition

Guess the runs in Cricket Week Competition

  • There was a guess the total number of runs scored in Cricket Week in the 5 matches from Monday 29th July to Friday 2nd August, at £5 per entry
  • The competition was initially advertised with 50% of the money raised going to The Teenage Cancer Trust, but all 3 winners kindly donated their winnings to the charity with over £350 being raised in total.

Sponsored Sightscreen Race

Sponsored Sightscreen Race

  • There was a Sightscreen Race on Thur 1st Aug at 8pm, where runners entered in pairs, with one blindfolded runner trying to go sightscreen to sighscreen the  aid of a guide, after being disorientated with dizziness from spinning around a stump
  • The race was won by Connor Griffin and Dan Edwards, and a large amount of money was raised through sponsorship, so thanks to all the runners and donaters.
  • The full conditions of the race can be seen here

Last Day of Colts Cricket Players Donation

Last Day of Colts Cricket Players Donation

  • All players from the last round of matches paid an additional match fee of £2 which was all donated to The Teenage Cancer Trust

Donation from Officials

Donation From Officials

  • All the officials for the week donated their match fees to the Teenage Cancer Trust, totalling over £300

Donation Boxes

Donation Boxes

  • Several Donation Boxes were available in the Clubhouse during Cricket Week for people to donate their loose change

Make a Simple Online Donation

Make a Simple Online Donation

 

There is also a wall where you can post messages of Support for Joe – please use the this link.