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ALBION FAN RAISES MONEY FOR TEENAGE CANCER TRUST

23 June 2017

Back row (L to R): Steve Leader, Ben Bruce. Front row (L to R): Ray Warrington, Ben Robinson, Pete Spittles

BURTON Albion supporter Pete Spittles has raised £255 for the Teenage Cancer Trust after starting a ‘Guess the points’ competition amongst pub-goers.

 Teenage Cancer Trust create world-class cancer services for young people in the UK, providing life-changing care and support so young people don’t have to face cancer alone.
 
The competition saw home and away supporters guess the total points tally Burton Albion would reach at the end of the 2016/17 Sky Bet Championship season, at a cost of £2 a go.
 
Steve Leader, Ben Bruce and Ray Warrington all took part in the competition at the start of the season and guessed that Burton Albion would finish on 52 points.
 
As a result of their correct guesses they won prizes donated from Tower Brewery, Black Hole Brewery and Muirhouse Brewery.

Next season Pete Spittles will be running the same competition, in aid of the Arden Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA).

The RDA are a UK based charity who rely on volunteers to provide horse riding lessons to people with both developmental & physical disabilities.


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