Stars set to turn out for Ashley
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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