Mackie to host charity match in support of MND research

Mackie to host charity match in support of MND research

Story courtesy of Mackie Rugby

A host of rugby talent from yesteryear will be on show for a charity match in the north-east tomorrow (Saturday 25 August).

As part of fund-raising for the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation – the charity set up to support research into Motor Neurone Disease after the former Scotland and Lions lock Doddie Weir was diagnosed with the condition – there will be an action-packed day at Mackie Academy playing fields in Stonehaven from 12 noon.

Among the former players taking part will be internationalists Stuart Grimes, Marcus Di Rollo and Barry Stewart; Scotland A caps David Officer and Iain Sinclair and former pro scrum-half Chris Black.

There will also be a barbecue, special entertainment for children, a bar with locally brewed beers and live music in the evening from Alannah Moar and Reloaded.

You can find out more details about the event and how you can contribute to the fund-raising by logging on to

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