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A football match held yesterday in honour of Captain Stephen Healey, who was killed while serving in Afghanistan in May, raised at least £1,950 for charity. The money is being donated to Stephen's charity of choice, Blind Veterans UK, who he did a lot of work with in years gone by.
Future matches will be held every year on the anniversary of Stephen's death, on the May bank holiday.
The body of Cpt Stephen Healey from 1st Battalion, The Royal Welsh has been repatriated to RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire. The 29-year-old from Cardiff was killed in Afghanistan on 26th May.
Swansea City have offered their condolences to the family of Stephen Healey, who was with the club as a youngster. Captain Healey, from 1st Battalion, the Royal Welsh, was killed in Afghanistan over the weekend.
Swansea University has released a statement paying tribute to former student Stephen Healey, who was killed in Afghanistan on Saturday.
The charity for blind ex-servicemen and servicewomen, Blind Veterans UK, says it's deeply saddened by the news of Captain Stephen Healey's death.
Captain Healey, from 1st Battalion, the Royal Welsh, was killed on Saturday in Afghanistan. Last year, he organised a fundraising walk, with members of the battalion wearing blindfolds, from the barracks in Chester to the charity's rehabilitation and training centre in Llandudno.
A soldier from the 1st Battalion, The Royal Welsh, killed in Afghanistan on Saturday has been named as Captain Stephen Healey from Cardiff. The Ministry of Defence says the 29-year-old was on a patrol in Helmand Province when the vehicle in which he was travelling was caught in a bomb blast.
The semi-professional football player's family say he was "all you could wish for in a son, brother, uncle and friend."
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A fundraising football match has been held in honour of Welsh soldier Captain Stephen Healey, who was killed in Afghanistan in May.
The body of Captain Stephen Healey from Cardiff has been repatriated to RAF Brize Norton.