Footballers in non-stop marathon in memory of Murray

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Eight teams of footballers will be playing non-stop for five hours on Saturday to raise money for charity.

The 5-a-side tournament will start at 2pm at Guiseley AFC, with all proceeds going to the Murray Watson Trust.

Murray was a promising footballer who died of cancer aged only 19 in August 2013. His former Guiseley School friends, who have since gone on to training and employment, have continued to stage events to raise money in his name.

The Trust helps to fund a wheelchair football team in Leeds and also sponsors individuals with various disabilities. It has also helped in funding reconstruction of schools hit by earthquakes in Nepal.

Events, face painting, food and drink are available throughout the day

If you wish to donate, can do so throughout the day or via crowdfunding.justgiving.com/murray-watson-trust-2016

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