Loxwood lose to Eastbourne Town but charity is the winner

It was a day of charity on Saturday as Loxwood faced Eastbourne Town while raising awareness for Prostate Cancer UK.

Tuesday, 15th January 2019, 9:58 am
Updated Tuesday, 15th January 2019, 10:04 am
The players line up before the game

It was a special game as the club raised money for the charity with particular focus on player Lewis Westlake, who is taking on a cycle ride from London to Amsterdam on June 7-9. Eastbourne Town donated £200 to the cause. The visitors won the game 3-1. Photographer Steve Robards was at the game.

Chairman Mark Lacey says thank youto Eastbourne Town chairman Richard Marsh and his commitee for the very generous donation of 200
Lewis Westlake gives a thumbs up
Loxwood boss Alex Walsh gives instructions
Lewis Westlake in action
Eastbourne Town won the game 3-1
Loxwood manager Alex Walsh watches on
Lewis Westlake is going on a cycle ride from London to Amsterdam to raise money for Prostate Cancer Uk
Action from the game where Eastbourne Town won 3-1
More instructions from Alex Walsh
Loxwood manager Alex Walsh looks at his watch
Action from the game where Eastbourne Town won 3-1
Lewis Westlake is helping raise awareness for Prostate Cancer UK with a bike ride to Amsterdam
Action from Saturday's game at Loxwood
Loxwood boss Alex Walsh