About Murderball Rugby 2015
After the amazing Murderballrugby.com (MBR) tournament at St Mary’s university and Murder Ball dinner and Dance hosted by John Inverdale, with guest speakers Jo Marler and Chris Robshaw & singer soprano Laura Wright at the stadium in Twickenham in April 2014, MBR is proud to announce it will be returning for the 2nd event on Weds May 20th 2015. MBR’s launch event in 2014 raised a significant amount of vital funds for Paul Barker, a 34 year old South African who lost his leg due to rugby related injury. The Murderball Tournament was hosted by Marauder Tigers Wheelchair Rugby Club and the London Wheelchair Rugby Club - both charitable organisations who provide and develop wheelchair rugby and better the lives of disabled people with upper and lower limb impairments throughout London and the Midlands. This year once again the Murderballrugby.com phenomena will seek to emulate the success of 2014 and raise vital funds for both these fantastic organisations to enable them to continue to provide and develop wheelchair rugby, improving and enhancing the lives of disabled people through sport.

Paul Barker – The man himself!…

Paul Barker – The man himself!
In 2014 the Murderballrugby.com phenomena raised a great deal of money to aid Paul who lost his leg through a rugby related injury and cancer. Paul was absolutely humbled by the event and will be returning as Patron for Murderballrugby 2015! This year Paul actually gets to play some MurderBall and will talk at the Murderball in the evening to update everyone on his progress since last year! I’m sure we all think the same – can’t wait to see and hear from you, Paul!! … View More
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