The Nags v Droitwich RFC
19 May 2018

The Nags v Droitwich RFC

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The Nags Team

Total raised


+ £4,849.96 Gift Aid

114 Complete
114% of £30,000.00 target

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The Nags Charity Barbarians are fundraising for loved ones and a better future without Cancer.

The Nags are a barbarian charity rugby team who organise events to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

The name came from a group of five rugby players who pulled a barge 30 miles between Birmingham and Worcester in 2012. It was on this challenge that they created The Nags Project to continually raise money for our charity through biannual charity rugby matches.

The Nags have also taken on other ventures like 'Walk a mile day' and The Nags Canoe Challenge where 34 amateur canoeists took on a 50 mile stretch from Bridgnorth to Tewkesbury down the River Severn.

To date the Nags have passed a total raised of £50k to Cancer Research UK, our target through this game is to raise over £30k (Badger's Promise).

To do this they will be inviting 75 players, four coaches, four physios, three referees and an army of supporters to represent and support The Nags against Droitwich RFC on 19th May 2018.

Our Facebook Group is called 'The Nags Charity Barbarians' and anyone can join, play, support, sponsor or help. Just join the group and follow from there. In 2019 more challenges are being discussed so watch this space!

Latest updates


Karen Evans



the last of the game day money


Abi Jenkins



For merchandise!


Karen Evans



More money from the game weekend


Sean Lane



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Neil Evans



Donation from Lampeter RFC, thank you.


Karen Evans



2 canoes and a shirt

Total raised£34,464.31



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