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Chris Marsh Organises Charity Match in Aid of Isabella Lyttle

Former Walsall defender Chris Marsh has used his regular Express & Star column to reveal details of a charity match which he is organising in support of young Saddlers fan Isabella Lyttle, who has been diagnosed with Neuroblastoma.
The match, which will see a Midlands XI take on an ERF Electrical Wholesalers and Shelfield Vets XI, will feature many former Saddlers including Craig Pead, Darren Wrack and maybe even a cameo from the man himself.

The fixture will take place at 2.30pm on Sunday, 29th July at Boldmere St. Michael's ground, which is located on Church Road in Sutton Coldfield, and will see plenty of family entertainment as Marshy hopes to raise as much money as possible.

Speaking via the Express & Star, the former central defender said; "I’ve organised a charity game which is taking place on 29th July to raise funds for young Isabella Lyttle. The 10-year-old is from Walsall, she is a Saddlers fan but she has been diagnosed the rare cancer Neuroblastoma.

"I’ve got a Midlands XI that will feature the likes of Lee Hendrie, Richard Sneekes, Daryl Burgess, David Busst, Craig Pead and Darren Wrack. There are going to be other star names too which I’ll reveal in the Express & Star next week. But they will take on an XI made up of staff from ERF Electrical Wholesalers in Cannock and Shelfield Vets.

"ERF have been fantastic with since I had my brain haemorrhage – particularly Andy Harper and John Jones. And now we want to join forces to help Isabella. The match is taking place at Boldmere FC. They’ll be lots of family entertainment as well so please come along and support us."

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