LEGENDARY artist, Stuart Herd, is supporting My Name’5 Doddie Foundation through the sales of his limited edition print “Big Push for Doddie”.

He is generously donating £10 from each “Big Push for Doddie” print sold.

This limited-edition print is Stuart’s adaptation of the Scottish 5 metre, defensive scrum victory against New Zealand from the epic clash on the 15th of November last year.

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He has said “The original painting was finished when news of Doddie’s death was announced, the title was suggested by my son, which sparked a quick chain of events.

Border Telegraph: Big Push for Doddie by Stuart Herd

“I then rushed to have the print proofed & online within a few days and the support has been incredible from the Rugby Community.”

Stuart has also donated 16 prints to the Foundation’s Fundraising Team for various event auctions.

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A spokesperson for the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation said: “These have already raised thousands of pounds to help achieve our aim - a world free of MND.

If you would like to purchase your own “Big Push for Doddie” you can do so at via the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation website.

More of Stuart's wonderful work can be viewed at www.RugbyArtworks.com