Live coverage: Jamie’s Game 2 at Norwich City

Jamie's Game, Sellebrity Soccer Match at Carrow Road. Darren Huckerby and Dean Ashton battle it out. Photo: Steve Adams Jamie's Game, Sellebrity Soccer Match at Carrow Road. Darren Huckerby and Dean Ashton battle it out. Photo: Steve Adams

Sunday, May 25, 2014
3:00 PM

Jamie’s Game 2 – which will raise funds for those with disabilities to get involved with sport – kicks off at Norwich City at 3pm today and you can follow the game here.

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Big names such as Danny Dyer, Adam Woodyatt and Khali Best will appear along with Mario Falcone and Danny Osbourne from reality show The Only Way is Essex will all feature at Carrow Road.

Former Norwich City heroes Darren Huckerby, Dean Ashton and Iwan Roberts will line up once more alongside fellow Canaries legend Darren Eadie, whose company Sellebrity have worked with Norwich City Community Sports Foundation to stage the event.

More than 8,000 fans attended the first Jamie’s Game last year, which saw 16-year-old Jamie Abbott, a member of the Norwich Down’s Syndrome Football Team and face of the event, score the winning goal from the penalty spot in the final moments of the match.

The event raised more than £60,000 for the Sporting Light Appeal, which helps provide sporting opportunities for disabled and disadvantaged people in Norfolk.



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