Ex-pros, wrestlers and boxers join forces to support cancer-fighting boy
PUBLISHED: 16:17 18 August 2019 | UPDATED: 12:24 19 August 2019
Ex-professional footballers, wrestlers and boxers joined forces as they took to the pitch to support a two-year-old boy in his fight against cancer.
The star-studded team faced off against a side of staff and students from the Football Industry College as part of a charity match and family fun day on Sunday.
The efforts were to help Jaymen Woolston's family raise money to provide the two-year-old, who has neuroblastoma, with further treatment.
Spectators were also entertained by an inflatable fun course, festival glitter and a raffle at Norwich United Football Club in Blofield.
Jaymen, from Lowestoft, was diagnosed with cancer in January and was given a survival rate of less than 40pc.
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But, a seven-and-a-half hour operation at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge saw doctors remove 95pc of his tumour.
Jaymen's family hope with further treatment he will be given the all clear.
To keep up to date with Jaymen's journey visit www.solvingkidscancer.org.uk/campaigns/jaymen/
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