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About Lewis Moody

Lewis Moody MBE is a former England rugby captain and is known as one of the finest players the country has ever seen.

Before Lewis retired following injury, he collected two 6 Nations Championship winners' medals, two Heineken Cup winners' medals and seven Premiership winners' medals. He featured in two World Cup Finals and helped England win the World Cup in 2003. He has been capped more times than any other England flanker.

Lewis Moody

After being inspired by meeting Joss Rowley Stark, who lost his life to a rare form of cancer in 2013, Lewis decided to set up The Lewis Moody Foundation. Lewis and his wife Annie, who have two young sons, have pledged to raise £5million through the Foundation by 2018.

Lewis said: “We know it’s a huge target so we are really hoping that as many people as possible get behind us – individuals, sports clubs, schools, companies – to help us achieve our goal and make real difference to children with serious illnesses.”

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