Wycombe Wanderers’ Luke Leahy has organised a fundraiser for the South Central Ambulance Charity following his serious head injury earlier this month.

The 31-year-old suffered a concussion in the club’s 1-0 home loss against Stevenage on November 11, which resulted in the fixture being halted for nearly 30 minutes.

He was immediately taken to Stoke Mandeville Hospital for treatment, and in his post-match press conference, manager Matt Bloomfield confirmed the ex-Shrewsbury Town and Bristol Rovers player was ‘unresponsive’.

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Thankfully, Leahy was discharged a day later.

To show his appreciation to the South Central Ambulance Charity, he invited volunteers to the recent home fixture against Reading where he planned a collection.

He has also donated a Wanderers home shirt that has been signed by the Wycombe team.

This will be auctioned off.

Vanessa Casey, Chief Executive at South Central Ambulance Charity, said: "I would like to thank everyone who has already donated to our signed shirt raffle - we are off to a flying start.

"Thank you to Wycombe Wanderers and Luke Leahy for their generosity in inviting us along on Saturday.

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"We look forward to seeing everyone at the game.

"Funds raised from the raffle and donations on the day will support our South Central Ambulance Service colleagues and our community first responder volunteers who provide emergency support across our community.

"The money will help make a life-saving difference to our patients."

To be in with a chance to win the signed shirt, simply text WYCOMBE to 70215 and you can choose to donate £1, £5 or £10; each £1 donated counts as one entry into the prize draw. You can also enter the draw for free without donating. More details here: www.wwfc.com/news/2023/november/21/luke-invites-sca-charity-to-collect-at-reading-game