Shirts signed Luke O’Nien Wycombe are sold at charity auction

Two anonymous Wycombe Wanderers supporters who have decided to donate several of their old Chairboys shirts have helped raise nearly £300 for football charity.

Kit Aid, which sends unwanted football shirts to impoverished parts of Africa and Asia, will receive an additional £290 after Bucks Free Press helped organize an auction in which several signed items were put up on sale.

These included three Luke O’Nien signed shirts, one Joe Jacobson signed shirt and four Wanderers training tops.

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This comes after the BFP held a separate auction at the end of March this year for the charity where we managed to raise £1,100 from 15 unwanted Wycombe shirts from the early 1990s .

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The shirts sold were:

• A signed Luke O’Nien away shirt from 2014 to 2016

The shirt signed Luke O’Nien for the 2014-16 seasons

• A signed 2016/17 Luke O’Nien away shirt

The away shirt signed Luke ONien for the 2016/17 season

The away shirt signed Luke O’Nien for the 2016/17 season

• A signed 2017/18 Luke O’Nien away shirt

The away shirt signed Luke ONien for the 2017/18 season

The away shirt signed Luke O’Nien for the 2017/18 season

• A training shirt signed Joe Jacobson

The shirt signed Joe Jacobson

The shirt signed Joe Jacobson

• Four unsigned training shirts

A training shirt from the 2013/14 season

A training shirt from the 2013/14 season

One of the training shirts

One of the training shirts

One of the training shirts

One of the training shirts

The final training shirt

The final training jersey

A signed O’Nien Sunderland shirt which was donated to the cause was also auctioned off, with the top selling for £100.

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To make a donation to the Kit Aid association, go to www.justgiving.com/kit-aid.

Since its inception in 1998, Kit Aid has shipped 858,737 kits to different parts of Africa and beyond, including 37,785 in 2022 so far.

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