Memorial trophy in Luton

A five-a-side charity tournament started 16 years ago to remember a Luton student who was tragically killed in a car accident goes from strength to strength.

Wednesday, 6th July 2016, 9:37 am
Updated Thursday, 25th August 2016, 8:03 pm
L13-910 29/7/13 MBLN Action from the annual Mandip Mudhar Football Tournament. Wk 31 RR JX ENGPNL00120130729122933

The Mandip Mudhar Memorial Trophy, founded by Bobby Mudhar in memory of his brother Mandip, has not only made thousands for charity but has also raised awareness of the importance of organ donation and diabetes in the Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities.

Mandip’s parents made the difficult decision to donate their 20-year-old son’s organs when he was taken to London’s Royal Free Hospital with serous head injuries.

This year’s event takes place on Sunday, July 31, at PlayFootball.Net – next to Stopsley High School in St Thomas Road.

There are seven trophies up for grabs, including the Winners Cup and Fair Play Team Award.

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