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Southampton FC legend Matt Le Tissier helps Brokenhurst Manor fundraiser for Lymington Hospital





SOUTHAMPTON FC legend Matt Le Tissier helped Brokenhurst Manor Golf Club raise £4,500 for Lymington Hospital.

Brokenhurst Manor men’s and women’s captains Chris Wiles and Mary Hayter hosted a charity auction with Saints legend Le Tissier as guest speaker at the club.

Over a packed dinner, Matt gave an entertaining talk to 80 club members. He covered his time in football from when he first left Guernsey as a teenager to his career of over 400 appearances for Southampton, ending with his last-minute winning goal in their final league game at The Dell.

Event sponsor Martin O’Reilly, Matt Le Tissier, Mary Hayter, Chris Wiles and retired Saints footballer and club member Dave Peach
Event sponsor Martin O’Reilly, Matt Le Tissier, Mary Hayter, Chris Wiles and retired Saints footballer and club member Dave Peach

Wiles and Hayter said: “Thanks to Matt for inspiring our members to bid generously, the evening raised an amazing £4,500.

“This was a marvellous start to our captains’ charity year for Lymington Hospital Friends’ Colonoscopy Appeal, and we are looking forward to more social fundraising events for the hospital.”

Find out how to donate to support the hospital at lymingtonhospitalfriends.org



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