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9 November 2015

Charities to gain as one-off Town shirts from win over Bolton go up for grabs

Town are raising money for charity by auctioning signed, matchworn shirts from the game against Bolton, depicting the Royal British Legion poppy. 

Mick McCarthy’s side wore a one-off shirt for the 2-0 win over Bolton to mark Remembrance Day and as a tribute to those who have lost their lives during wartime.  

The 21 players named in the squad for the game have all signed both the front and back of their respective shirts and these are now available for auction on ebay

The money raised through the auction will be split between the Ipswich Royal British Legion and The Royal Artillery Charitable Fund, a charity chosen by 7th Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery, who are based at Colchester.

The auction will open at 5.45pm tonight will close at 5.30pm on Friday, November 13.  

Town's players will take part in a minute's silence before kick-off against Rotherham on Saturday, again as a mark of respect for those servicemen and women that have lost  their lives in conflict.    

For more details or to make a bid after 5.45pm tonight, click here.

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