- Warriors forward raising funds for MNDA in support of Rob Burrow
- Unique match-worn jersey features special MNDA patch as a genuine one-off
- Raffle tickets cost just £2 and are available until Tuesday 27th April
Wigan Warriors forward Brad Singleton is supporting his former team-mate Rob Burrow by raffling his match-worn alternative shirt from his recent winning return to Emerald Headingley to take on his old club Leeds Rhinos.
Singleton and his Warriors team-mates were on the right side of a 19-6 win in the Betfred Super League encounter on Thursday 15th April and not only was it the first time that the purple alternative shirt was worn in a competitive fixture, this shirt in particular was especially unique, being adorned with a special Motor Neurone Disease Association patch to mark his decision to make it a fundraising item for the vital charity.
You can support Rob Burrow and the thousands of other families around the country who are affected by the debilitating effects of Motor Neurone Disease by purchasing your ticket for this raffle at just £2 per entry, with the winner receiving the jersey as worn by Brad in this victorious outing for Wigan Warriors.
The contest is being hosted exclusively online by leading web-based raffle specialists Raffall, who are the only raffle site to be approved by Facebook, Google and Apple. Fans can head to the site and purchase as many tickets as they like to increase both their chances of winning and the size of their donation – please note the anti-bot security message which asks the number of players on the pitch at the start of a football match (which is 22) in order to allow you to enter.
Tickets will be available until 3pm on Tuesday 27th April, with the winner confirmed via our website, social media channels and the Raffall platform as soon as practicable after that date.
The winner is ideally requested to collect the unique shirt in person from Wigan’s Robin Park Arena headquarters, but it can be posted as required (carriage at cost will apply if the winner requests delivery to a non UK mainland address).
Good luck to all who enter in aid of this worthy cause.