St Albans rugby player kicking 24-hours for charity

A SPONSORED goal-kicking event will take place at the Old Albanians Rugby Club on Sunday. Ex-professional rugby player Ciaran Hill, who now works as a junior surgeon and lives in St Albans, will kick for 12 hours non-stop to raise money for a memorial cha

A SPONSORED goal-kicking event will take place at the Old Albanians Rugby Club on Sunday.

Ex-professional rugby player Ciaran Hill, who now works as a junior surgeon and lives in St Albans, will kick for 12 hours non-stop to raise money for a memorial charity.

The Laura Case Trust was set up by family and friends in memory of Laura, a trainee doctor who was tragically killed in a road accident whilst working in Uganda in 2007 just after her 24th birthday.

The charity now raises money for various projects which Laura espoused.


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They are mainly related to improving education and medical care in Africa.

Donations can be made at www.justgiving.com/cshill or more details can be found at www.thelauracasetrust.org.

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