Halesowen brothers organise football tournament in memory of father

First published in News

HALESOWEN brothers Gurcharan and Herjinder Bhujhangy have organised a charity football tournament in memory of their late father.

Dalbir Khanpaur Bhujhangy died in 2008 of heart disease and the football tournament is in aid of the British Heart Foundation.

At least twelve teams will battle it out for a trophy and other activities will include a charity raffle.

The tournament starts at noon this Sunday at Poweleague Birmingham, Lichfield Road.

It is the second fundraising event held by the brothers following a successful bangra night last year which raised over £1,100 for the BHF at The Tower Ballroom.

The five a side competition kicks off at 12 noon on Sunday 1ST June at Lucozade Poweleague Birmingham’s Salford Stadium in Lichfield Road, Aston.

Dalbir Khanpur Bhujhangy who died from a heart attack in 2008 was the inspiration and founder of the world’s longest running Bhangra band The Bhughangy Group from Smethwick.

For more information phone Gurcharan Bhujhangy on 07762 521 584.

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