ANDY Sinton’s match-worn away shirt has raised a fantastic £585 for the QPR Tiger Cubs.
As part of the #WalkFromHome campaign, our Club Ambassador auctioned one of his famous ‘Dennis The Menace’ jerseys in aid QPR’s Down’s syndrome football team.
The shirt was originally worn by the R’s in the first season of the Premier League in 1992/93. This season is synonymous with Rangers, as Gerry Francis’ side famously clinched a fifth-place finish and claimed the title of ‘top London club’ that summer.
The auction concluded on Tuesday evening and the winning bid amount of £585 has now been added to the Tiger Cubs’ #WalkFromHome donation total.
Over £12,000 had been donated through #WalkFromHome by Thursday morning, putting us in touching distance of the original £12,500 target. At 11am on Thursday, the £12,500 target was surpassed.
If you would still like to donate to the QPR Tiger Cubs, you can do so by clicking HERE.