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11 April 2013

Match-worn shirts up for auction to help raise funds for Jame Pullen's marathon efforts in aid of the ITFC Charitable Trust

This year’s Virgin London Marathon, being held on Sunday 21st April will see a host of runners dressed to attract attention for their chosen charities and Suffolk will be no exception. 

To help James with his fundraising efforts for the Marathon, first-team players Carlos Edwards and Luke Hyam have donated their shirts (match worn and signed by the team) to be auctioned off to the highest bidders.

Former Town goalkeeper, James Pullen, now back at Portman Road as First-Team Sports Masseur, will be running the marathon in aid of the ITFC Charitable Trust and also ‘Sense’. Not only will this be his first ever marathon, James has also been in talks with the Trust’s own loveable mascot Crazee who has agreed to allow him to run dressed as a Crazee look-alike. Bidding starts at midday on Friday 5th April 2013 and closes at midnight on Sunday 21st April 2013, if you would like to be the proud owner of one of these shirts you can send your Auction bids by email to way you can show your support is to make a donation through his just giving page 

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