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Boundary Park To Host Charity Game In Aid Of Prostate Cancer UK

4 April 2018

Boundary Park will be hosting a charity match including a host of former Premier League stars on Monday, April 30 (7.30pm kick off) to raise funds for Prostate Cancer UK.

Premier League stars include Paul Scholes, Wes Brown, David Dunn and Frank Sinclair whilst Latics manager Richie Wellens, assistant boss Paul Terry and goalkeeper coach Carlo Nash will also be taking to the field.

Latics owner Abdallah Lemsagam will also be lacing his boots and turning out for the team as well as some ex-favourites including Andy Richie, Adam Lockwood and Clyde Wijnhard.

There will also be a number of celebrities playing including Andy Whyment and Alan Halsall from Coronation Street and Kent Riley from Hollyoaks.

The night is in aid of Prostate Cancer UK with staff members Tom Matley, Paul Flynn and Jenny Warburton-Jagger cycling 145 miles from Barnsley to Amsterdam in June to raise funds for the charity.

Supporters are encouraged to come down and show their support.

Here are the prices:

Adults: £5
Concessions: £1

Tickets can be bought in advance from the ticket office or via payment at the North Stand turnstiles on the night.

Following the game, all players will sign autographs and pose for pictures.

Come and join us for an evening of football at Boundary Park.


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