Gloucestershire rugby players do the Full Monty for charity
FROM the Full Monty to full moustaches, The University of Gloucestershire's Men's Rugby Union team are willing to go all the way for charity.
Members have raised more than £2,000 for Cancer Research.
The club has more than 60 members and every single one grew a moustache for the charity's Movember fundraiser.
The team sold T-shirts and wristbands and had collection pots at events.
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They also organising a Movember Tash Bash at The Park campus which featured live music, a slave auction and the players taking part in a performance inspired by the 1997 Full Monty film.
The team have also been fundraising for the Carly Taylor Trust Fund. Carly is a former student at the University and played for Hucclecote Netball Club. She was left paralysed following an accident in 2011.
Dan Quinn, Team Captain, said: "The support from everyone this year was outstanding.
" As well as the Movember fundraising we have been supporting Carly Taylor's charity.
"We joined up with the netball team and hosted another event called UoG's GotTalent, and on that night we raised nearly £1,500.
"This is an ongoing project for us and we are always looking to raise more money and looking at setting up a sporting event to the cause."