Charity match raises hundreds

A MEMORIAL match for a much loved mum and daughter has raised hundreds of pounds for charity.

Friends and family of Joanne and Natasha Coombs, who died after being hit by trains in separate incidents in 2007, took to the Memorial Ground pitch in Little Oakley on Saturday.

Despite scoaring four goals though they lost out 9-4 to the Ramsey Mill team.

But it really was the taking part that counted as the event raised more than £900.

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