The Harry Mills Memorial Cup was presented to the winning team at the annual Marlow mini rugby tournament.

Harry Mills died suddenly aged eleven in 2007 of meningitis and his family then established Harry’s Cup.

The award was presented by Harry's parents, Richard and Judi, who said their son would be proud to know he is being remembered with this cup.

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He played football and rugby for John Hampden Grammar school, rugby for Marlow RUFC, cricket for Marlow Park, football for Holy Trinity Juniors football club and tennis with Marlow Tennis Club.

Richard congratulated the winning team Ponty Clun who had travelled from Wales for the tournament as he handed over the cup.

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Harry's family has been raising money ever since and Richard and Judi thanked the parents at the event for their support.

A vaccine has been successfully developed for Meningitis B in part through over £100,000 raised by Marlow.

For more on Harry's story visit here.