Charity rugby match in memory of Doncaster brothers killed in crash
0 Have your say A rugby tournament held in memory of two teenage brothers killed in a horrific car crash has raised £4,000 for charity.
Thornensians RUFC organised the event in memory of Ashley Isle, 13 , who played for the club and his brother Thomas, 18, who both died after an accident in Dunsville.
A minute’s applause took place before the tournament at the Thornensians’ ground in Coulman Road in Thorne – where Ashley played for the Under 14s team.
The match raised £4,000 for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
Thornensians Under 14s coach Josh Walker said: “It was an emotional day but we... read more
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