#Signed4Mind – Premiership Rugby shirt auction

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As part of Premiership Rugby’s commitment to helping people through the COVID-19 pandemic we have teamed up with the charity Mind and are auctioning a signed shirt from each of the 12 clubs who started the 2019-20 Gallagher Premiership Rugby season.

Premiership Rugby and its clubs sprung into action in the battle against COVID-19 with the #MakeThatCall movement. Launched initially by Wasps before spreading throughout the League, #MakeThatCall saw players, coaches, famous fans and executives call fans in isolation to simply have a chat and offer support.

And in order to continue offering support you can now bid on a shirt from the club of choice signed by members of the 2019-20 first team – with the money raised going to Mind, the mental health charity.

Mind have developed a Coronavirus and your wellbeing toolkit with lots of things you can try that could help your wellbeing.  It includes tips for staying at home or indoors, how to take care of your mental health and wellbeing along with a useful checklist.

The auction closes at midnight on Sunday 17 May - happy bidding!

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Lot 10
£ 1,060
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Saracens 19/20 signed shirt
Lot 5
£ 1,100
20
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Harlequins 19/20 signed shirt
Lot 12
£ 550
14
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Worcester Warriors 19/20 signed shirt
Lot 3
£ 2,100
38
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Exeter Chiefs 19/20 signed shirt
Lot 11
£ 710
27
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Wasps 19/20 signed shirt
Lot 4
£ 755
24
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Gloucester Rugby 19/20 signed shirt
Lot 7
£ 585
20
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London Irish 19/20 signed shirt
Lot 6
£ 660
18
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Leicester Tigers 19/20 signed shirt
Lot 1
£ 820
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Bath Rugby 19/20 signed shirt
Lot 2
£ 2,000
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Bristol Bears 19/20 signed shirt
Lot 8
£ 3,000
8
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Northampton Saints 19/20 signed shirt
Lot 9
£ 6,000
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Sale Sharks 19/20 signed shirt
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