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Former football greats link up with celebrities to boost Suffolk charity

PUBLISHED: 18:57 08 October 2017 | UPDATED: 18:57 08 October 2017

Tesfaye Bramble in a charity match at Woodbridge FC on Sunday
PICTURE: SEANA HUGHES

Tesfaye Bramble in a charity match at Woodbridge FC on Sunday PICTURE: SEANA HUGHES

Some of the biggest names in East Anglia football over the last two decades joined up with celebrities to help boost the Jude Brady Foundation which helps fund research into the causes of stillbirth and cot death.

Keiron Dyer in a charity match at Woodbridge FC on Sunday
PICTURE: SEANA HUGHES Keiron Dyer in a charity match at Woodbridge FC on Sunday PICTURE: SEANA HUGHES

Keiron Dyer, Ruel Fox, Jermaine Wright and Titus and Tesfaye Bramble took part in the charity match at Woodbridge Town’s ground against a team of celebrities on Sunday afternoon.

The fine weather encouraged a good crowd to turn out to see the former Premiership stars help boost the funds of the charity.

Ruel Fox in a charity match at Woodbridge FC on Sunday
PICTURE: SEANA HUGHES Ruel Fox in a charity match at Woodbridge FC on Sunday PICTURE: SEANA HUGHES

The celebrities’ team included stars of Masterchef and Big Brother as well as rapper DJ Pied Piper, Derry Mensah from the X-Factor and PL Fanzone present Michael Kurn.

The Jude Brady Foundation was set up by Paul and Lynn Brady in 2006 after their second son was stillborn. It raises money for charity which goes towards research into the causes of infant death.

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