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Cricketers show support for young Noah and family




Oakham Cricket Club hosts a charity match for the Ally Cadence Trust for Spinal Muscular Atrophy, on behalf of Ed and Robyn Reynolds and their son Noah, who suffers from the condition. Photo: Alan Walters MSMP-30-08-15-aw005 EMN-150209-141648001
Oakham Cricket Club hosts a charity match for the Ally Cadence Trust for Spinal Muscular Atrophy, on behalf of Ed and Robyn Reynolds and their son Noah, who suffers from the condition. Photo: Alan Walters MSMP-30-08-15-aw005 EMN-150209-141648001

Keen cricketers played on despite a downpour to raise funds for a great cause.

Oakham Cricket Club hosted a charity match on Sunday. Two teams went head to head in aid of the Ally Cadence Trust for Spinal Muscular Atrophy, or ACT, raising £600.

The game has taken place between a group of friends for a number of years, but this year they decided to support ACT on behalf of Ed Reynolds. Ed and his wife Robyn, from Oakham, have had invaluable support from the charity. Their son Noah, one, suffers from the condition. Photo: Alan Walters MSMP-30-08-15-aw005



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