Relay event in memory of murdered students

A charity relay event set up in memory of two murdered University of Sheffield students is to arrive in the city next Saturday.

The 92 football club relay, organised by the Always a Chance charity, was launched in February in memory of James Cooper and James Kouzaris, who were murdered last April in Florida.

Supporters of the charity have been running and cycling across league football clubs to raise money for anti-violence projects.

The relay will arrive at Sheffield United on April 14, with a three mile trek to Rotherham, before returning to Sheffield Wednesday the next day.

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