The Kent Ravens had a season of firsts during 2007 – not just the opening of Princes Park Stadium or playing in the Conference Premier in front of a packed crowd.
The Ravens’ own Vicki Bacon, and the Donnelly family, represented the club to donate £1,000 to the charity CRY, who kindly sent Phil and Robert Eastty to collect the cheque.
The Ravens Club Chairman commented, “Finally its good to be able to give something to such a good charity. We’ve always tried to raise a little bit of money to help, but this shows how far we’ve come when a club like ours can donate this kind of money and the hope is that it’ll help raise the knowledge about sudden death syndrome in the young.”
Phil Eastty from CRY said he enjoyed the great occasion at the new stadium and thanked the Ravens for their welcome and making an occasion of donating the money.
With the 2007 season now over the Ravens are already building for 2008, with the search for players and coaches ongoing for all their teams and back room staff. If you’re interested in joining the Kent Ravens, or would like to know more about the club, please get in contact by emailing email@example.com calling 07707 852 952 or by seeing our web site at www.kentravens.co.uk