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R Question of Sport success

R Question of Sport raised almost £3,500 for the Kiyan Prince Foundation last week.

The event was hosted by former striker Peter Crouch and saw current players Geoff Cameron and Joe Lumley join ex-stars Andy Sinton and Lee Cook for a great night in W12 Studios.

More than 200 fans were in attendance for the sell-out event which raised plenty of laughs as well as money for a fantastic cause.

A total of £3,368.61 was raised through ticket sales, auction of team places, a raffle and donations.

Mark Prince, founder of the Kiyan Prince Foundation, told www.qpr.co.uk: “To see so many QPR fans come out in support of the Foundation meant so much to my family and me.

“The warmth and love they give us is so special and nights like that are really emotional.

“I’d like to say a massive thank you to Peter Crouch, Geoff Cameron, Joe Lumley, Andy Sinton and Lee Cook. All these guys gave up their time to help make the event the success that it was.

“It was a brilliant evening and to sit laughing and having fun with so many R’s fans was special.”

To see so many QPR fans come out in support of the Foundation meant so much.

Mark Prince
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