Few weeks ago, the University of Oxford female rugby team released a nude photo shoot to sell off their 2016 calendar, now the University of Liverpool Female Rugby team go bare for charity calendar.
They were sold to support Coppafeel, a charity organisation which teaches women how to check their breasts regularly to detect cancer in it’s early stages.
The Liverpool ladies team sold 375 copies of the calendar at £10 each and estimate that profits will be more than £2,000 after expenses are taken out.
Eve Watton, 19, a second year English and Spanish student and the captain of the team said:
“The calendar really helped the team last year with away matches and equipment as women’s rugby league is really under funded.
We couldn’t survive without it. All the girls are so thrilled to have sold out of our calendar for the second year in a row. Nobody expected how much publicity it would gain and the support we have received has been really lovely.
We are so thrilled to have raised such a large amount of money for a fantastic charity. As a team we would like to thank everyone who has bought a calendar and supported us and Coppafeel.”