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Shave For A Cure - The Rock Breakfast Team Photos

Shave For A Cure - The Rock Breakfast Team Photos

As part of Leukaemia Appeal Week, The Rock Morning Rumble team volunteered to lose their locks to help raise money for the Leukaemia and Blood Foundation. Sports reader, ex-Black Cap Simon Doull, Rock breakfast jock, Roger Farrelly and Rock Jock and C4 host, Jono Pryor all went under the razor last Friday to encourage listeners to pledge money. Sponsor, King of Shaves, provided the all-girl lyrca-clad Shave team.

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