Jordan’s football teammates to take to the pitch for one final time in memorial match ten years after his death

Jordan Hawes' former Chatteris Fen Tigers teammates, pictured here, are to take to the pitch one las

Jordan Hawes' former Chatteris Fen Tigers teammates, pictured here, are to take to the pitch one last time on Sunday December 20 in a match in his memory. - Credit: Archant

Friends, family and former teammates of a budding footballer who died ten years ago will pull on their boots and take to the pitch in a match organised in his memory.

Jordan and Dean Hawes, who tragically died in December 2005.

Jordan and Dean Hawes, who tragically died in December 2005. - Credit: Archant

Football-loving Jordan and his father, Dean, were tragically killed when the car they were travelling in plunged into the Forty Foot in Ramsey in December 2005 and his former teammates are to come together for one final game to remember him on Sunday December 20.

The match, organised by Jordan’s former Chatteris Fen Tiger teammates Josh Fox and Rowan Irvine is also in support of the Fenland Road Safety Campaign which Jordan’s mother, Michelle Lynch, has been heavily involved in since her son’s death.

Games in Jordan’s memory have been held in previous years, with the last taking place in 2012, and joint-organiser Rowan Irvine saw the tenth anniversary of Jordan’s death as an appropriate time to re-launch the memorial match.

He said: “I knew how much the match meant to me and how much it meant to the players who used to play and to Michelle and her family.


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“We used to play the match every year but as it’s 10 years this year, I thought we should do it again.

“As most of the players are now 18 it might be the last time we can get together before we go their separate ways in life,” he added.

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All are welcome to the match, which will kick off at 12pm at Cromwell Community College’s all-weather pitch in Chatteris. Food and a raffle is also on offer.

For more information, please visit www.facebook.com/events/1530272817297945/.

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