The next set of match-worn Leicester Tigers shirts from the club's Armistice Day fixture are now up for auction.
Tigers front row shirts raised more than £500 in the first lot of auctions last week, raising money for the Leicester Tigers Foundation and the Royal British Legion, and this week it's the turn of the fixture's starting back five.
Fans have the chance to bid to own signed shirts from second rows Harry Wells and Graham Kitchener, flankers Mike Williams and Will Evans, and No.8 Guy Thompson.
hit the links below to place your bid on each of the shirts. The auction will last for three days ending at 12.00pm on Sunday, December 2.
The one-off Tigers shirts were played in during the Armistice day game on November 9, 2018 as part of the centenary remembrance of the end of World War One, and includes a printed centenary 'Thank you' poppy logo.
All proceeds from the auction will go towards supporting the proposed monument project as part of the work of the Tigers Foundation recognising each of the fallen Tigers during both World War conflicts.
The club also be making a donation to the Royal British Legion as each shirt sold represents the great work the organisation does for those who have served with their country.
Keep an eye out on the website over the coming weeks to be in with a chance of bidding to win a number of signed match worn shirts from the Armistice Day fixture.
Find out more about the Tigers Foundation monument project at the link below.