Stars set to turn out for Ash­ley

Gloucestershire Echo - - SPORT -

A TEAM fea­tur­ing Glouces­ter le­gends will take to the field at Cirences­ter on Sun­day for the in­au­gu­ral Ash­ley Scrivens memo­rial match in aid of Cancer Research UK.

Nigel Scrivens, who played sec­ond row for Glouces­ter, and his wife Sharon lost their son Ash­ley to cancer at the age of 24 and this week­end marks the fifth an­niver­sary of his death.

Ash­ley played for Cirences­ter and in the game ded­i­cated to him a Scrivens Se­lect XV made up of his friends, play­ers from the club and ju­nior play­ers he coached will face The Cherry Pick­ers at the White­way. No­table names in­clude two for­mer Eng­land in­ter­na­tion­als Tom Beim and Rob Fi­dler, while the side will be cap­tained by Kevin Dunn with Tim Smith and for­mer Eng­land A player Tony Windo set to be in­volved.

The game is a 2pm kick-off and will take place dur­ing the Cirences­ter RFC Beer Fes­ti­val, with ad­mis­sion £5. Cherry Pick­ers: Terry Sigley, Kevin Dunn (c), Tom Heard, Rob Fi­dler, Nick South­ern, Nick Sel­way, Luke Straford, James Pet­ti­grew, Paul Knight, Tom Steven­son, Lee Os­bourne, Ian Mor­gan, Dave Knight, Tom Beim, Tim Smith, Fred Mclel­lan, John Hawker, Gethin Evans, Tony Windo, Ninny Cuth­bert, An­drew Jar­rett, Alan Evans, Ge­orge Evans.

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