SOS Kit Aid


Bath Rugby yet again showed their support for LV= SOS Kit Aid last month (21 April), by holding a kit collection during their Family Fun Day. The day took place prior to Bath Rugby's last Aviva Premiership home game of the season at The Recreation Ground.

A great day for LV= SOS Kit Aid included a competition ran challenging everyone to pass 3 rugby balls into the kit collection barrel. Everyone who completed the challenge was then entered into the prize draw for a signed Bath shirt. 55 people passed the challenge with many more narrowly missing out, but the eventual winner of the competition was Alex Lyons, who won his very first Bath Rugby shirt.

It was an excellent day for all concernedand a special thank you goes to Scott Hobson at Bath Rugby for the invite and the opportunity to collect kit at such an event.

Pictured below are some of the youngsters from Ivel Barbarians RFC, Yeovil and Richard Westaway (LV= SOS Kit Aid) receiving a signed Bath Rugby shirt from South African International Francois Louw and Bath Centre, Danny Hipkiss.

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There has also been a kit donation made by Thornbury RFC. The South Gloucestershire club were very generous in their donation of rugby kit, with five sets of shirts being donated to the charity and LV= SOS Kit Aid would like to thank everyone involved at Thornbury RFC for their support.

Pictured below are Gareth Chilcott (LV= SOS Kit Aid Ambassador) receiving the kit on behalf of LV= SOS Kit Aid with John and Graham from Thornbury RFC.