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Following the serious neck injury suffered by Slough Town goalkeeper Mark Scott on Saturday, Leamington fans collected £350 at Tuesday's home fixture v Kettering Town.

During their match last Saturday, Mark was involved in a sickening collision which has left him with a shattered C6 vertebra in his lower neck.

This is an extremely serious injury which will involve a lot of rest and recovery, initially at hospital but then at home, which means he will be unable to work as a trainee accountant for a period of up to 3 months (but potentially longer) and will be unable to play football for the foreseeable future.

Mark had a successful operation on Monday (6th March) at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford which went well. Specialists have high hopes that he will fully recovery from the injury, however in the meantime any help would be much appreciated to help Mark and his family.

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Under the guidance of Community Director, Paul O'Rafferty, the club have been working hard in the local community delivering courses at numerous schools and venues. Fully qualified coaches are delivering quality courses geared to all abilities in and around the local area.
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