24 Hour Penalty Marathon for Cure Leukaemia

With the sad news about academy player Anthony Renton been diagnosed with Leukaemia, Wolves would like to welcome Boro fans to take part in the '24 Hour Penalty Marathon'.

24 Hour Penalty Marathon for Cure Leukaemia

The 24 Hour Penalty Marathon for @CureLeukaemia has been set up by Wolves fans to show support to keeper Carl Ikeme who was diagnosed with Leukaemia earlier this month. It has been opened up to Boro fans to show support to Anthony Renton and help raise money for the Cure Leukaemia charity.

It will start on Friday 4th August at 10am and will finish on Saturday 5th August at 10am. The 24 hour penalty marathon will take place at Molineux in the space next to the club shop.

3 penalties cost £5 with the money going to Cure Leukaemia. Everyone who takes a penalty during the 24 hours will be put in the hat for a very special prize.

Text CARL24 £5 to 70070 to take part you will then get a text receipt which you will need to show on the day.

Top bins are being fitted SoccerAM style and anyone hitting one will receive a certificate & a chance of taking a penalty at a future game.

You can pay £5 cash on the day but priority will go to everyone who has donated via the Text CARL24 £5 to 70070 number.

You can come anytime between 10am on Friday 4th August at 10am and 10am on Saturday 5th August.

It could get busy during the day so to make you aware you may have a short wait at peak times.

Thank you for your support.

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