A number of Gallagher Premiership players have shaved their heads to help raise funds for the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sale Sharks' Sam James, alongside Exeter pairing Henry Slade and Luke Cowan-Dickie, are just a few of the names to have taken part, with the Chiefs duo doing their bit for the "Covhead Challenge."
The campaign has raised nearly £2,000 already and that figure looks set to rise after the idea was created by William Bull, who lives in West Oxfordshire.
James' effort was dedicated to the 'Shave Donate Nominate' campaign and he has encourged his fellow teammates Luke James, Marland Yarde and Sale captain Jono Ross to follow suit. Saracens' Jack Singleton and Wasps' Will Wilson have also been invovled.
To find out more information about the "Covhead Challenge" follow the link here and for the Shave Donate Nominate page, click on the website below:
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Next up to #ShaveDonateNominate is @jacksingleton_ • Also another rugby player Jack plays for @saracensofficial and @englandrugby. Thank you for doing your bit to support the NHS - don’t forget to donate! ???? • Jack nominated: @thw_whiteley, @matt_gallagher96, @joshadams951 & @gowansloan. Get cracking boys #ShaveDonateNominate
Widely regarded as the most competitive rugby union league in the world...it can only be the Gallagher Premiership.
12 teams compete in the league over a season, playing every team both home and away, before four move into the playoffs and one is relegated.
The division is becoming more and more exciting as each year passes by so who will be lifting silverware at Twickenham in May?
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