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Chris Rushworth Goes Dry - Online Auction

To raise more money for both Save The Children and the PCA Benevolent Fund, take part in an online auction where you could win some exclusive prizes.

To raise more money for both Save The Children and the PCA Benevolent Fund, take part in an online auction where you could win some exclusive prizes - browse through the gallery above for a closer look.

  • Signed picture of Paul Gascoigne - current highest bid = £50
  • Picture signed by Alastair Cook and AB de Villiers (2012 Test series) - current highest bid = £50
  • Signed and framed England shirt from the 2011 ODI series against India - current highest bid = £100
  • Signed Birmingham City FC shirt from 2013/14 season - current highest bid = £25
  • Signed Virender Sehwag India ODI shirt - current highest bid = £30
  • Durham v Hampshire scorecard signed by Ottis Gibson after he took all 10 wickets in 2008 - current highest bid = £25
  • England v Australia 2009 Ashes scorecard signed by Paul Collingwood & Graham Onions
  • Signed scorecard from Durham's Friends Provident Trophy win over Hampshire - current highest bid = £35
  • Shirt signed by Courtney Walsh with a personal note from Jack Russell - current highest bid = £15
  • Sunderland AFC shirt signed by 2013/14 squad - current highest bid = £60

To bid, simply enter your details in the form below, specify which item you are bidding on and make your bid.

This page will be updated with details of the current highest bid for each item as the auction progresses.

If you simply want to donate to Save the Children UK click here http://www.justgiving.com/Chris-Rushworth2 to the PCA Benevolent Fund click here https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/chrisdry2014

Save the Children works in more than 120 countries. We save children's lives, fighting for their rights. Save The Children helps children fulfil their potential.

The PCA Benevolent Fund supports players - past and present - and their dependants in times of hardship and upheaval, also helping retired cricketers adjust to life outside of cricket

www.thepca.co.uk/charity-overview.html