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HRFC Colts are in the pink thanks to Outback

Hereford Rugby Club Colts team will be carrying the colours of Hereford’s Breast Cancer Haven charity this season. 

This initative connects a young generation who recognize that in some point in time their mums, sisters, girlfriends or wives to be may call upon Breast Cancer Haven to support and assist them should they be affected by breast cancer.  The new kit will help raise valuable awareness for the centre in St Owen Street, Hereford.

Hereford Colts are all extremely excited with their new shirts, which were kindly sponsored by Outback!

“The squad are very grateful to all the sponsors of the new kit and recognize the importance of supporting a local charity and raising awareness for Breast Cancer Haven” says Spencer Goodall, Hereford Rugby Club Spokesman.

About Breast Cancer Haven

Breast Cancer Haven is a national charity, offering free emotional support; help with symptom control and practical advice to anyone affected by breast cancer from its network of centers, one of which is in Hereford. Everyone is welcomed; whether recently
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Guy Jenkins
Well done Outback great cause!