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Joe Denly goes for dry 2016 for a good cause

Monday 11th January 2016

Men’s First Team

Kent batsman Joe Denly is raising money for charity by not raising a glass of alcohol in 2016.

The Canterbury-born cricketer is giving up alcohol this year in aid of the PCA Benevolent Fund and Cancer Research UK.

The 29-year-old said: "I have been a professional cricketer for 13 years and have seen what a great job the PCA Benevolent Fund does in supporting past and present players and their families so I am keen to support the cricketing family as you never know when you may need their help.

"Cancer Research is one a bit closer to home as I have quite a bit of family history with this terrible disease. Recently my mum, sister and auntie have all had their own personal fight with cancer but thankfully won their battles.

"This is largely down to the amazing work that Cancer Research do."

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