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Come and support the Everyman Male Cancer Campaign

30 June 2006

June 30th, 2006

Rugby is all about odd shaped balls and to continue that theme the Rugby Football Union's South West Development team are supporting the Everyman Male Cancer Campaign.

On August 19th Clifton RFC will host the �Teste Feste' - an adult only recreational tag rugby festival with the emphasis being on fun and raising money for this worthwhile cause. Teams are invited to sign up as soon as possible as places are going fast to join in on this popular event and support this worthwhile cause.

Everyman is a campaign run by The Institute of Cancer Research to raise awareness of and funding for prostate and testicular cancer. Prostate cancer kills one man every hour, and testicular cancer is the most common form of cancer in men aged 15-45.

Not only will there be a fun festival of tag rugby for men and women there will also be karaoke and fancy dress competitions as well as free camping on site. The on-pitch against gets underway at 10am and continues until very late!

 To request an application form or to enter a team contact: RFU Rugby Development Officers Andy Blackmore or Dan Brown on andyblackmore@rfu.com or danbrown@rfu.com.

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