About the Cricket Match - A fabulous day though, thoroughly enjoyed from beginning to end, thanks for letting us be a part of it.
Jamie Finlinson - Southend
I read your website the other day. What a terribly sad story, but an excellent cause. Well done for your good work!
Mark Balcombe - Southend
I think Katie would be extremely proud of how much money has been raised by you and all her family and friends and school friends too, for such a....
Jenny Abrahams - Witham
Well what can I say – other than massive congratulations for a brilliant afternoon yesterday smashing the 100k milestone in Katie's memory.
Peter Hall - Little Havens
On reaching £100,000 - Fantastic effort on your part to have raised so much money - a massive well done to you and all of your family, frie....
Martin Sanderson -
On reaching £100,000 - Just a quick email to congratulate you on yesterday. Beautifully organised and hosted, good win and of course getti....
Richard Brown - King's Lynn
Article last updated : 09/07/2010
Katie's Uncle Graham was in South Africa enjoying three World Cup games in Cape Town
At the England v Algeria game he wore his white Friends of Katie T shirt so was easy to spot among 20,000 other English fans in white shirts. Doh! Although he only stayed for 10 days he only just got home before the England team!
Katie would have been upset that Capello did not give her hero Peter Crouch more opportunities. Uncle Graham did manage to bring an authentic vuvuzela back with him - the bad news is he may bring it to the cricket match!