Their annual shots are being sold in aid of Coppafeel - a charity which encourages and teaches women on how to check their breasts regularly to detect breast cancer in the early stages and, in turn, save lives. It was set up by the family of Jack Johnson, six, from Wigan, who was diagnosed with DMD — a progressive muscle-wasting condition for which there is currently no cure. Every girl identifies with the charity. By Cristina Criddle. Cheeky: The annual shots are being sold in aid of charity Coppafeel Image: Liverpool Echo Get the biggest daily stories by email Subscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice.
Hitchin Ladies caught the imagination of the hip-hop star with their first eye-opening effort last year. Organiser and inside centre Claire Crompton, 28, said: "We were never expecting the success we got, but it'll be nice if it happens again. Profits from the calendar will be shared between the club and the GB Wheelchair Rugby team after their funding was slashed. Event worker Claire, from Stevenage added: "We were looking to fund a charity as well this year and we heard on the radio that Team GB wheelchair rugby lost it's funding and I thought it was wrong. We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team?
A scrummy women's rugby team have stripped off for charity in a series of saucy snaps. Wearing just their club socks and boots, the ladies have been caught on camera posing nude - with jump rugby paraphernalia hiding their modesty. The calendar by Hitchin Ladies Rugby Club will hit the shelves in November after their inaugural effort last year attracted plaudits from around the world. This year the ladies will be raising cash for the club and money for GB Wheelchair Rugby, after their funding was slashed. By Ewan Foskett.
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