How Notts County legend is helping young boy diagnosed with rare brain tumour

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Former Notts County striker Lee Hughes will cycle around 60 miles to Meadow Lane to help a young boy with a brain tumour receive rare clinical treatment.

The 44-year-old is remembered fondly in these parts for playing a starring role in the Magpies' League Two title success in 2009/10, which saw him score 33 goals.

He will ride from West Brom's Hawthorns stadium, another of his former clubs, and the money generated will help eight-year-old Riley Gregersen, who was diagnosed with a tumour that has no cure.

Riley is a friend of Mr Hughes' son Harley and the pair go to school together in the West Midlands.

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