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A charity auction held over the Brands Hatch World Superbike weekend has raised a total of £3200, half of which will go the Chris Jones' Riders Fund.
The event, organised by Royal Marine Colour Sergeant Tony Creaney, is part of an on-going venture to raise cash for the CJ Fund and for the Royal Marines Children's Fun. The team behind it are also undertaking a sponsored static row which will cover 1500 miles (click here for details).

Here's who won what:
2 x HM Plant Honda VIP passes for Silverstone - Doug Hoddy

1 x Pillion ride with Hydrex Bike Animal Honda - Doug Hoddy

1 x Ron Haslam Race School - Doug Hoddy


1 x California Superbike School - Doug Hoddy

2 x Rob Mac Yamaha VIP passes - Andy Chapman

Barry book signed by Steve Parrish - Colin Burrill

HM Plant Honda shirt - Clare Peacock

Aiwaves Ducati polo shirt - Stacey Stephenson

Airwaves Ducati jacket & cap - Cedric Dornelly

Tech3 Yamaha polo shirt - David Noble

Tech3 Yamaha cap - Jon Usher

James Toseland used combat jacket - Ray Groves


MSS Disc Kawasaki shirt & cap - Steve Coupland

Team Yamaha shirt - Mr D Hull

Rizla Suzuki shirt & cap - Karen Coupland

Lloyds British Jentin Yamaha - Lee Haywood


C/Sergeant Tony Creaney for one day - Ray Groves

Craig Jones' boots - Ray Groves
Another is planned in the Cambridgeshire village of Sawtry on November 7. Full details will be on www.bikesportnews.com nearer the time.

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