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  • 23 August 2019
    导出博客文章Sky Sports rugby league team joined Soccer Saturday’s Jeff Stelling on Tuesday
    for the second day of the Men United March. Jeff is walking 10 marathons in 10
    days and it is all in aid of Prostate Cancer UK, a charity that the rugby league
    department at Sky have supported for the last four years after some of the team
    were affected by it.The team set off from York at 8am along with former
    footballers Ray Wilkins, Charlie Nicholas and Iain Dowie and were due to arrive
    at Elland Road around 6.30pm. You can follow Barrie McDermott on Twitter to keep
    updated on their progress!If you want to support Jeff and the rest of us
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