Flackwell Heath FC’s fundraising football match has been rescheduled for the end of January.

The match, which was due to take place on December 28 at their home in Wilks Park against Broadfields United, was to celebrate the positive news that the club’s chairman, Terry Glynn, had defeated prostate cancer for the second time.

However, the match was called off due to a high number of Covid-19 cases amongst the players.

Thankfully, a new date for the fundraiser has been confirmed, as it will take place on January 22 when Arlesey Town come to Bucks.

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Fans will be able to watch the match for free, but are asked to donate to the Prostate Cancer UK charity.

There is also a JustGiving page to support the cause, which has seen fans and members of the public donate £1,322 – surpassing the club’s target of £1,000.

The club said: “Our Chairman, Terry Glynn, who this season has been involved with the club for 50 years, has now beaten Prostate Cancer for the second time.

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“The all clear coming just weeks ago was a welcome bit of good news in what are difficult times for everybody.

“We would love for any donations, small or large, to go to this wonderful charity who help raise awareness, fund research and invest millions in to finding better tests and treatment.”

To donate, go to www.justgiving.com/fundraising/FlackwellHeathFC.