Annual charity match returns in memory of teens killed in crash
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A charity football match drew the crowds in memory of two 18-year-olds tragically killed in a crash in 2012.
Sam Jaggard and Kathryn Rivett were passengers in a car in Gillingham when it was involved in the fatal collision.
In memory of the pair, a charity football match was arranged between Mr Jaggard's friends, and friends of his brother Tom.
The event returned for it's eighth year last month at Kirkley and Pakefield FC.
Mr Jaggard's mother Chris Lea said: "The weather was really nice and all of our friends and family who've turned up. Some of my family from Australia are here for the first time too.
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"The boys this year are quite competitive. My husband Simon, who usually manages the team, can't be here this year so my son Tom is player-manager.
"I just want to say thanks to Kirkley and Pakefield for letting us hold the event here this year."
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The money raised from this year's event will go towards the Waveney Young Deaf Society and Lift Loud for Danny, as well as to the Ashley School to help a pupil attend an outdoor education trip to Wales.