Cromer girl, 8, who died from lymphoma, remembered at charity football match
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Several ex-professional footballers are expected to turn out in a charity match being held in memory of an eight-year-old girl who died from lymphoma.
Nadia Trymerska passed away at her home in Cromer on September 14.
Her parents, who are originally from Poland, took her ashes back home after she was cremated.
They are still in the country grieving for their loved one, but Agnieszka Trymerska, Nadia's mother, said they were very grateful to their friends for organising the match.
Dan Thomas, whose wife Monica is a friend of the Trymerska family, said: 'The match kicks off at 4pm tomorrow at North Walsham FC's ground in Greens Road.
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'It will be held in aid of lymphoma research. It's £2 entry for over 16s and free for under 16s.'
Mr Thomas said that several ex-professional footballers are hoping to play in the match, but it won't be confirmed until tomorrow.
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