Big Turn Out For Boatman Charity Game

By Dave Picken - May 20 2019
Big Turn Out For Boatman Charity Game More than £4,000 was raised as Hartlepool rugby once again supported the annual Boatman Charity Game in memory of Jonny's daughter Imogen-Rose and Martin Boatman who lost his fight with cancer earlier this year .

Boatman team 550

 

The game, which saw West take on a Hartlepool Select XV representing every club in the town was competitive and entertaining. It was won by West with both Jonny and Danny crossing in the second half - unfortunately eldest brother Lee fluffed his chance.

The money raised goes to two charities this year with the organisers of both on hand to give moving testimonies of how they came to be formed.

The 4 Louis Charity gave great suppport to Jonny and Donna when they lost baby Imogen-Rose, and they will able to provide hospitals with  memory boxes and cold cots with the proceeds.

The Dragonfly Cancer Trust helps people under the age of 25 who have cancer and was chosen as Martin worked with young people both as a teacher and his award winning contribution to British Olympic sailing and girls' sailing in particular.

 
Big Turn Out For Boatman Charity Game
Official West Hartlepool RFC (IP Logged)
20/05/2019 11:16
What do you think? You can have your say by posting below.
If you do not already have an account Click here to Register.

 
Re: Big Turn Out For Boatman Charity Game
Hardwick Man (IP Logged)
20/05/2019 20:30
This was a showcase of WHRFC and Hartlepool in general at its very finest.
Old friends, young babies, and lots of great memories.

Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum.
We record all IP addresses on the Sportnetwork message boards which may be required by the authorities in case of defamatory or abusive comment. We seek to monitor the Message Boards at regular intervals. We do not associate Sportnetwork with any of the comments and do not take responsibility for any statements or opinions expressed on the Message Boards. If you have any cause for concern over any material posted here please let us know as soon as possible by e-mailing abuse@sportnetwork.net