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Stephen Donald Autographed boots - little used and worn, still have the dust and dirt.

These boots were worn by "Beaver" during the remarkable Chiefs V Wales game on 14 June 2016.

This was the game that Donald captained his beloved Chiefs for the first time in the chiefs first ever international game, played against Wales. Wales were the favourites heading into the game. Stephen Donald played a man of the match role, dominating his opponents while setting up two tries and kicking 100% to lead the chiefs to a dominating 40-7 win.

Coatesville School is celebrating its Annual Ag day on October the 15th.

This year we are also celebrating our 100 year centenary.

Currently we are raising funds to build the children and the community a Recreation center as they currently have no facility for holding in-door school events or assemblies.

So we are auctioning these boots along with other signed merchandise so please see our other listings. Items will also be on display at our Ag day Gala on the 15th Oct at Coatesville school..



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    Autographed Stephen Donald Used Rugby Boots

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