UYRUFC in Charity Tournament

UYRUFC ARE holding a charity Rugby 10s tournament in aid of Cammpaign4Rob on the 15th June at 12pm on 22 Acres.

The club is looking for as many teams of 10 to get involved to play in part of the tournament. It will be £50 per team, which gets each team member a free wristband for Revs
at night.

There will be a BBQ and outdoor bar, however anyone is able to join and enjoy the rugby with picnics.

The tournament is taking place for the Cammpaign4Rob charity, an aid for Rob Camm, who was in a car accident leaving him paralysed from the neck down just a few days before coming to York to study PPE.
As a keen rugby player, the rugby members have kept in contact with Rob and his family to help support him. By having the tournament, they hope to try and raise money to help Rob’s mobility, communication and quality of life, and hope, with Rob, that one day he will be able to come and take his place at York.

Teams can get in contact at for team entry, and for businesses or societies to contribute or help in any way.

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