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England deaf Rugby international Ben Lawniczak from Caldecott in Rutland needs to raise £1,500 to go on tour to South Africa to play test matches in May 2020




A deaf Rugby international is appealing for help to get him on a ‘chance of a lifetime’ tour to South Africa.

Ben Lawniczak, from Caldecott, has been selected to play for the England deaf Rugby team when they go on a tour to South Africa in May next year and each player has been asked to stump up £1,500 to go.

The 31 year-old, who works as a Rugby coach, said: “It’s the chance of a lifetime to go over there and play one of the top three southern hemisphere teams.



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