Spurs All-Stars and Arsenal's AFC Foundation teams to play north London derby in aid of Stacey Mowle Appeal

Spurs fan Stacey Mowle is fighting the rare cancer neuroblastoma

Spurs fan Stacey Mowle is fighting the rare cancer neuroblastoma

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Former Spurs and Arsenal stars and celebrities will play in a charity derby in aid of a child suffering from a rare cancer.

Players including Mickey Hazard, Steve Sedgley and Nicky Southall will turn out alongside Eastenders actor Terry Alderton, actor Ralf Little and Tommy Walsh from BBC1's Groundforce at the Stacey All-Stars north London derby at Dartford FC’s Princes Park ground tomorrow.

They will be raising money to support eight-year-old Stacey Mowle in her battle to raise £500,000 to fight neuroblastoma, a rare cancer that attacks children’s nervous system.

Organisers hope Stacey will be well enough to attend the match and present the Stacey Mowle Challenge Cup to the winners.

Stacey’s father Warren Mowle said: “Stacey is a fanatical Spurs supporter like myself and her brother Jake, so staging such a prestigious sporting event to help her will be a tremendous boost to our campaign.”

Tickets cost £3, for adults, children or senior citizens, or £10 for a family ticket for two adults and two children. Kick-off will be at 2pm.

Visit www.nld4stacey.co.uk/tickets for tickets and www.thestaceymowleappeal.co.uk for information.

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