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Albion legends support Mary Stevens Hospice

5 April 2018

A host of Albion legends will once again don the famous blue-and-white stripes in aid of Mary Stevens Hospice.

Richard Sneekes, Geoff Horsfield, James Chambers, Daryl Burgess and Ian Hamilton to name just a few, will line up for the Baggies against a Stourbridge Old Boys XI on Sunday, April 8 at Stourbridge’s War Memorial Ground.

First-Team Coach Darren Moore, local lad Sam Field and 'Super Bob' Taylor will also be in attendance as special guests on the day, with Goalkeeping Coach Neil Cutler set to feature between the sticks for Albion.

The two sides will contest the Jane Webb Memorial Trophy for the third consecutive year.

Kick-off is at 2.30pm with gates opening at 1pm. Tickets, available on the gate, cost £10 per person, while children aged 15 and under can enter for free. 

There’s fun for all the family throughout the afternoon with games and activities planned.

The action on the pitch will be followed by a charity auction in the club house, with signed shirts, boots, pennants and much more up for grabs. 

The Mary Stevens Hospice, situated on the Hagley Road in Stourbridge, provides specialist care and support for people who are living with an incurable illness, and their families.

The charity clash has raised over £40,000 for the Mary Stevens Hospice over the last two years, with over 3,000 supporters in attendance last April when the Baggies recorded a 6-4 victory.


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