Teachers and pupils battle it out for victims of Manchester terror attack

By Michael Upton | 19/06/2017

Teachers and pupils battle it out for victims of Manchester terror attack
Staff and students at RCAT are seen during a recent football match at Herringthorpe Stadium, to show their support to Manchester after the recent terrorist attack. 170998-1

STUDENTS and staff faced off outside the classroom for a good cause.

Teenagers from Rotherham College took on their tutors in a charity football match at Herringthorpe Stadium.

Proceeds will go to We Love Manchester Fund for victims of the Manchester terror attack on May 22 and their families.

Players paid £5 to take part whilst spectators were charged a £1 entry fee.

The staff ran out 3-1 winners in a hard-fought game.

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