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Albion raise £6,864 for armed forces

Money to be donated to Royal British Legion

WEST Bromwich Albion were once again delighted to play their annual role in raising awareness and funds for the nation's armed services through its support for Remembrance season.

Through a special auction of the players' match-worn shirts from the victory at Leicester City, and bucket collections from the clash with Manchester City, the Baggies have raised a total of £6,864.82 for the Royal British Legion.

Albion season ticket holder, and serving member of the armed forces, Barry Withers was on hand to receive a cheque from Albion Chief Executive Mark Jenkins at half time in the Baggies' 4-0 win over Burnley on Monday evening.

And the Club would like to extend its thanks to supporters for giving so generously.