The Henderson HammerHeads (HHH) Rugby Club had postponed plans for the Day 2 of the Touch Day Out Touch Competition this weekend.
In a statement yesterday HHH said, they apologised for the late notice.
“Just on Tuesday night we found out that the Fiji Community in Solomon Islands have set their efforts to fundraise for the recently affected country of Fiji, for which Cyclone Winston ripped apart in the last couple of days.
“As you may have seen in pictures and in the news, there are many of our Melanesian brothers and sisters who have fallen victims to this deadly cyclone.
“Out of respect, the club has taken the first step to support this fundraising drive by deciding to postpone the Touch Day Out Competition another week for Saturday 5th of March.”
The HammerHeads Rugby Club would like to apologies to all participating teams, spectators, fans, families, friends and our sponsors who are looking forward the up coming Day 2 of the Touch Day Out Comp.
With a big Fijian Community at the HHH club, and also some of our club members residing in Fiji during this time.
The club would like to throw its full support behind the Fiji Community’s fundraising drive to be held this Saturday 27th of February. The club has chosen to participate, help out and donate to the cause.
We encourage all our supporters, fans and friends to come down to Woodford International School from 9:00am to 3:00pm this Saturday 27th Feb to donate and support this event.