On Monday 14 March the Wakefield Wildcats Girls rugby team decided to get together to ‘do something funny for money’ for Red Nose Day; which was to train in their pyjamas!
Today is Red Nose Day which will see the whole country getting together to do something funny for money in an attempt to change countless lives. The girls came up with the idea after Wakefield Wildcats Women and Girls Development Officer Clare Marlow asked if they wanted to do something for the cause. The girls decided that wearing their pjs would be fun and wouldn’t prevent them from taking part in their weekly training session at QEGS.
All 12 girls embraced the challenge and enjoyed doing something different for training, whilst raising money for a good cause. It wasn’t just the girls who took part in the fundraising activity; mums Faye Rodgers and Sarah Yates turned up wearing theirs too to support daughters Amber Yates and Megan Rodgers!
Much to the girls delight, they finished the session early to enjoy some cakes and biscuits decorated as Red Noses. So far the team are really pleased with how much they have raised and with more to come they are hoping to reach a fantastic amount. Everyone at The Wildcats hopes that you all have fun doing something funny for money today!
If you are interested in playing girls rugby then please contact our Women and Girls Development Officer Clare Marlow; email@example.com.
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