There was fantastic news this week for young Oxford United player Fenton Tutty.
Fenton was diagnosed with leukaemia this summer just days after joining our under 9 team but has fought back brilliantly and was able to take part in aspects of training again this week. Fenton's Fight continues though and everyone at the club is supporting Fenton's family when they host a charity day including a raffle and tombola tomorrow.
The whole squad has signed home, away and goalkeeper shirts, Cameron Brannagan has signed and donated matchworn boots, keepers Simon Eastwood and Jack Stevens have signed and donated gloves and former players Curtis Nelson and Chris Maguire have sent a pair of boots and a signed Sunderland shirt.
Fenton's Fight has also caught the eye further afield. Coventry City have donated a signed shirt while Ben Woodburn returned from international duty with a Gareth Bale Wales shirt signed by the whole squad.
It’s not just football either: Lewis Hamilton has given a signed baseball cap and there is a signed glove from boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard plus a long list of prizes and experiences, all of which can be found on the Fenton’s Fight Facebook page, or at an amazing fundraising day which is behind held at North Oxford Conservative Club on Saturday.
The day starts from 11.30am and there is music, food and a bouncy castle as well as the chance to join the auction and raffle.
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