Help for Heroes soldiers celebrate victory in the annual Army v Navy rugby match at Twickenham
Members of the Band of Brothers, servicemen who have been injured in conflict since 9/11 and who have received support from the Help for Heroes charity, celebrated the Army’s win over the Navy (44 points to 10) at Twickenham on May 7.
Jonathan Le Galloudec, ex Lance Corporal, The Rifles; Josh Campbell, Private, 23 Pioneers; and Steve Ferries, Captain, 2 Royal Welsh, were among the guests of Secure Trading, an independent online payment processor, who donated their executive box for the day to the Help for Heroes charity, which supports wounded troops. Since its launch in 2007, the charity that has raised over £97 million.
The Army beat the Navy by 44 points to 10 to win the Babcock Trophy in front of 62,000 spectators.
Matt Shooman, Secure Trading’s corporate sales manager, said, “We’re really proud that we were able to support Help for Heroes and the Band of Brothers. It was an exciting game and a great day out! All power to the continued phenomenal success of Help for Heroes.”
For photographs of the day click here.
Ian Cushion is Marketing Manager at Secure Trading.
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