An­gels kick-off for can­cer char­ity

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Helping Others -

A foot­ball match be­tween mums and daugh­ters saw the young­sters tri­umph in the 9-2 thriller.

Ash­ford An­gels FC, t he town’s women’s and girls’ side, who t r ai n at God­ing­ton Pri­mary School, or­gan­ised the char­ity con­test in mem­ory of Caron Bran­son.

The mum of three teenage girls, who are Ash­ford An­gels play­ers, died two-and-a-half years ago, but was the in­spi­ra­tion for the match at the school, which raised £220 for Can­cer Re­search.

Teenagers Amy, Emma and Hay­ley asked for the money raised to go to Can­cer Re­search and in the pre­vi­ous mothers and daugh­ters’ clash, they re­quested funds went to Pil­grims Hospice where their mum was cared for.

An­gels’ founder Lee Sage said: “The An­gels showed the mums a thing or two and pulled out the win with a 9-2 vic­tory. It was a valiant ef­fort by the mums and a great sport­ing dis­play by their daugh­ters, who take the shield for an­other year.”

The Ash­ford An­gels mums ver­sus daugh­ters match

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