MUDDY RUNNERS RAISE £556 FOR CANCER RESEARCH

MUDDY RUNNERS RAISE £556 FOR CANCER RESEARCH

A group of female dare devils from the Frank Rogers team have raised £556.00 for cancer research by taking part in Pretty Muddy, part of the Race for Life campaign.

A team of five including Lyndsey Jackson, Chelsea Usher, Sophie McAnaulty, Paula McLean and Olivia McLean donned their pinkest shirts and all completed the gruelling 5k race at Sefton Park.

Pretty Muddy is different to a typical racing fundraising event. It is a muddy obstacle course that women of any ability can climb over, crawl under, and charge through to show cancer that hell hath no fury like a woman in pink!

Paula McLean of Frank Rogers commented:

“The run was so much fun, crawling, jumping and pulling ourselves across the obstacle course. As suggested, it was very muddy and we were less pink and more brown by the end, but all completed it thankfully!!”

Dean Rogers, Managing Director of Frank Rogers commented:

“The girls did brilliantly by completing the race. Cancer Research is of course a fantastic charity and the whole team supported their efforts. They raised a fantastic sum so well done to all!!”

2016-07-26T15:00:41+00:00July 26th, 2016|News|0 Comments