Stade Toulousain players launched a prize pool to help hospitals in Toulouse. - Rémy Gabalda / AFP
Only two days left, and the operation will be finished, then the money collected will be donated to Toulouse hospitals, engaged in the fight against the coronavirus. At the initiative of Captain Julien Marchand, inspired by the Stade Rochelais, the players of the Stade Toulousain opened a kitty on March 24 on the Leetchi platform.
This Wednesday late afternoon, nearly 65,000 euros had been recovered from more than 2,700 participants.
Jerseys to win
A draw will take place on Saturday for donors who have paid more than ten euros. They will be able to win the jerseys offered by the players of the club: they are tunics of the defending champion of France of course, but also of the French team XV and VII, from New Zealand (Jerome Kaino) , Samoa (Iosefa Tekori) or Scotland (Richie Gray).
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