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WALSALL FAN FOR CHARITY CYCLING CHALLENGE

To celebrate Prostate Cancer UK's second season as the Official Charity Partnership of The Football League, football legend Luther Blissett, talkSPORT, representatives from the 72 Football League teams and their supporters will once again take on the London to Amsterdam Challenge.
To celebrate Prostate Cancer UK's second season as the Official Charity Partnership of The Football League, football legend Luther Blissett, talkSPORT, representatives from the 72 Football League teams and their supporters will once again take on the London to Amsterdam Challenge.

The event will kick off from Leyton Orient's Matchroom Stadium on the morning of Friday 6th June where the team will cycle to through the rolling English countryside to Harwich, where they will take the overnight ferry to the Hook of Holland. 

During their second day of cycling, the team will discover rural Holland at its best – nature reserves, marshes, windmills and provincial towns. Upon arrival in Amsterdam, they'll criss-cross some of the city's many beautiful canals en-route to the finish line. They hope to arrive at the AFC Ajax Arena in central Amsterdam for pre-World Cup celebrations on the evening of Saturday 7th June. Te team will head back to the UK on the Eurostar on Sunday.

Walsall supporter Paul Dent will be representing The Saddlers during the 150 mile event and hopes to reach a target of £1,500 in donations, which will all go to fighting Prostate Cancer.

If you'd like to donate, you can do so by visiting Paul's JustGiving Page.

If you'd like to take part, click HERE for further information.
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