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Movember Champions 2012

Movember Champions 2012

Blues have been presented with a wooden plaque to mark their place at the top of the Football League's Movemeber chart after raising £12,000+.

The 85 man team, made up of fans, players and staff all made enormous efforts to help raise money. Bob Scarff received VIP matchday hospitality as a reward for raising the most money, his total coming in at £5,660; a terrific effort from him.

The plaque was received by head of Media and Communications Andy Walker, Terry McDermott and midfielder Olly Lee.

A foundering member of the Movember Movement has credited Blues for helping change the face of Men's health awareness of the last several years that the club have been involved.

I big thank you goes out to everyone who supported and gave money to this fundraising effort, Blue-nose or no Blue-nose.

Nice to see Blues continuing to have a positive role in the community and bring up Movember 2013!

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Writer:Christopher Handy
Date:Saturday September 7 2013
Time: 12:50PM

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Good work lads!
Chrisblues
07/09/2013 15:13:00
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At least they raised good money for walking around looking like 70's porn stars
we8villa
09/09/2013 07:11:00
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