Charity football match for Wilton dad with cancer

Charity football match for Wilton dad with cancer

Published by The Spire FM News Team at 10:58am 25th March 2019. (Updated at 2:32pm 25th March 2019)

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Redlynch and Woodfalls FC are raising money for Tony Randall whilst he's in hospital and can't work.

37-year-old Tony was diagnosed with blood cancer in 2018, stopping him from working.

Richard Barter, one of his friends from the football club, explains:

Due to him not being able to work, his friends at Redlynch and Woodfalls FC have decided to put on a fundraiser for him.

This money will go towards helping with day to day life for Tony and his family, with four young children.


On April 14th, 52 players are taking part in a competition at the Ray Mac in Salisbury.

Each player will donate £20 to take part, with half of the money going towards the Salisbury Hospice too.

There will also be a charity auction, with plenty of great and interesting prizes to bid on.

Andy Savage, who's helped to organise the day along with Richard, encourages everyone to come along:

The organisers are looking for more raffle prizes - if you can help with that, contact Andy on

You can also donate to Tony's cause here.

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