Brixington coach cycling for charity

David Haggerty cycling for breast cancer

David Haggerty cycling for breast cancer - Credit: David Haggerty

Brixington Blues Under-16 manager David Haggerty has exchanged the bibs and cones for a cycling helmet, as he takes part in the incredible March cycle fundraiser for breast cancer. 
The national event challenges riders to complete 300km in the month of March, which equates to 9.6km every day, with the overall ambition to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research and care. 
David’s initial aim was to raise £150 for the challenge and he will keep on cycling beyond this target once it is reached. 
You can get behind David and donate by visiting the Brixington Blues Facebook page, with David already passing 120km in his first week. 
Breast Cancer Now is a charity steered by world-class research and powered by life-changing care, working for anyone affected by breast cancer, the whole way through, providing support for today and hope for the future. 

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