St Albans City Youth help Crohns and Colitis charity

PUBLISHED: 14:36 21 June 2016 | UPDATED: 14:37 21 June 2016

St Albans City Youth players Sam Tillin and Jasmine Price present the cheque to David Barker of Crohn's & Colitis

St Albans City Youth players Sam Tillin and Jasmine Price present the cheque to David Barker of Crohn's & Colitis

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St Albans City Youth have helped raise over £500 for a national charity.

The football club gets the chance each year to play at Clarence Park as part of the George Walker Memorial Trophy.

But they also take the opportunity to raise money for charity at these games.

This year there was 12 teams taking part in six games and between them they managed to raise £510 for this year’s charity Crohns & Colitis.

The club presented the money to David Barker from the charity.

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