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Plymouth Albion is built upon the steadfast support of some sterling people and amongst that number are the ever-popular ‘Girls on the gate’.

One of the girls is undertaking a rather arduous challenge that will see her miss the home game with Hull on Saturday 22nd October.

As part of her employer’s 60th birthday, Sharon Gammage will face the daunting challenge of hiking the Pen Y Fan.

Having never climbed a mountain before, this is certainly a breathtaking test for one of the club’s finest, especially as she has a bit of an issue with falling at height! Her own personal challenge is to regain confidence walking on this difficult terrain.

The monies raised will be split equally between the 6 charities, all of which provide essential support and care to those in need. Their work is vital, and with the charity sector having faced challenging times over the last couple of years every penny really does count.

If you would like to support Sharon on her mission you can DONATE HERE

You can also follow the girls on Twitter by clicking HERE 

We wish you all the best Sharon and we’ll be cheering you on too!


Sharon, bottom right, taking a much deserved break with the Girls on the gate.

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