Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Racketball raises its game for charity

A RACKETBALL tournament held in memory of one of the founders of a Caversham gym raised £278 for charity.

A RACKETBALL tournament held in memory of one of the founders of a Caversham gym raised £278 for charity.

The event took place at Caversham Health and Fitness Club, in Archway Road, in memory of Jeremy Burn, who died of pancreatic cancer in 2012.

His sons, Nick, Matt and Tim were three of the 14 players who took part.

Mr Burn who was one of the founding members of the gym and started its racketball club five years ago.

Matt Baynes won the main tournament and Tim Burn won the plate. They were presented with their prizes by nine-year-old Rosie Burn, Mr Burn’s granddaughter.



The tournament was organised by David Maynerd and the proceeds will go to the Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund.

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