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Bid for Cup Final shirt in Tigers' Comic Relief auction

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Would you like to own a piece of history? Leicester Tigers has launched an online auction as part of its Comic Relief fundraising with a signed shirt from last week's Anglo-Welsh Cup Final win up for grabs.

The shirt is signed by all 23 players from the matchday squad and is the first of a number of items of signed merchandise and memorabilia going for auction on the club’s official eBay account throughout the rest of the 2016/17 season. Click here to visit our eBay page.

The first auction runs for three days from today and fans can submit a bid until the deadline on Monday where the next lot item will be announced.

All proceeds from the auction go towards the Leicester Tigers Foundation’s Comic Relief campaign to assist the Foundation’s work in providing sporting opportunities to individuals of all ages with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND). Not only will all monies raised go to this dedicated fund, but the total will also be doubled by Comic Relief through Premiership Rugby.

Over the next few weeks, supporters will be able to bid on a range of items including signed training shirts from squad including Tom Youngs, Freddie Burns and Graham Kitchener, a signed shirt from Geordan Murphy and a signed Anglo-Welsh Cup ball.

There is also an Exeter Chiefs shirt from the Anglo-Welsh Cup Final signed by their players next week.

And if that was not enough, there are also signed wall canvases of Dan Cole, Ben Youngs, George Chuter and Rory Underwood as auction lots.

Keep an eye on the club website for more information and you can help the Tigers Foundation Comic Relief SEND programme.

Supporters can also make a donation this month via Just Giving or by text. Visit the Just Giving page at www.justgiving.com/leicester-tigers or text LTCR17 followed by the amount you wish to donate £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10 to 70070.

Click here to visit the eBay page.

Thank you to everyone who has shown their support.