High school in Dunblane sells "I love Murray" shirts and mugs for charity


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High school in Dunblane sells "I love Murray" shirts and mugs for charity

Sports is good in many ways, also in producing money for charity. And the last example featuring Andy and Jamie Murray shows it. A high school in Dunblane, Scotland, sold off "I love Murray" mugs and shirts, with proceedings going to local charities.

A proud Judy Murray, their mother, shared the pic on Twitter and wrote: 'Dunblane’s Xmas Extravaganza in the High St tonight and theyr selling these for local charities. A couple of local mugs.' Recently both Murray brothers played the second edition of "Andy Murray Live" on Tuesday November 7 in Glasgow, where there were also Roger Federer and Tim Henman.

They raised more than 900,000 dollars in a night with proceedings going to Unicef and a local charity.

Andy Murray is set to be back to compete at Brisbane, which starts on December 31.

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