Want to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK and work with the
club you support? Then look no further than these inspirational
football fans, supporting men with prostate cancer their way.
Scott Mclachlan - Walked the 92
Lifelong Portsmouth fan, Scott Ross Mclachlan, completed his
epic challenge at Brighton's home match on Saturday 6th
April. He has done amazingly well to acheive this on his own
and he is incerdibly grateful for all the support he has had along
the way. He has met some amazing people, including Bobby
Charlton and you can read al about his adventures at www.walkthe92.co.uk.
So far Scott has raised over £6,900 - you can sponsor him at www.justgiving.com/Walkthe92.
Rowan Staszkiewicz - City Ground to Other
27 years old, from Nottingham, Rowan is a computer game playing,
fast food addiction with a penchant for running and Nottingham
Forest is attempting to run from the City Ground to as many
Football League grounds as possible.
He has since run to London Road, home of The Posh, and the King
Power Stadium, home of Leicester City. He was also joined by
members of the back room staff of Nottingham Forest in a cycle trip
to Leicester City too.
Follow Rowan @rowansz and his blog
to keep up with this story - you can sponsor Rowan on his Virgin Money Giving page
David Annand - I would walk 500 miles
Prostate cancer survivor, David Annand, is raising money and
awareness for us by walking round the perimeter of the pitch of
famous sporting stadiums around the UK. He's already done Upton
Park, Wembley, London Road, and The New Den.
David also helped us launch the partnership with Luther
Follow David @DavidAnnand and you can sponsor him on his Just Giving page.