Danny Wiggins is gearing up for a Chemflow End goal challenge at our final home match of the season this weekend – and he’s over halfway to reaching his fundraising target!
Danny, who is an adult with learning disabilities, will take on Paul Strank and Ivor Heller at the Wycombe game. All three will run from the halfway line with a ball each and the winner will be the one who scores against Colin Dipple, who will be guarding his goal at the Chemflow End in front of thousands of Dons fans.
Funds raised from the challenge will be donated to a fantastic local charity – The Paul Strank Charitable Trust – who raise money for many important local causes. Danny, who attends Leyton Road Centre (formerly known as High Path), is aiming to raise £1,000 for charity and you can make a donation by visiting his JustGiving page.
Danny, who is a regular at AFC Wimbledon home matches, has been busy practising with the Dons first team squad and can’t wait to get out on the pitch in front of our fans!