Hammers stars come out for Cole

West Ham stars turned out in force for the Mitchell Cole benefit match at Stevenage on Tuesday night.

Last Updated: 08/05/13 at 11:24

Mitchell Cole: Passed away in 2012

Mitchell Cole: Passed away in 2012

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Joe Cole - Mitchell's brother-in-law - was joined by Matt Jarvis, Mark Noble, Kevin Nolan, James Collins and Andy Carroll for the game in memory of the former Stevenage player who died from a heart condition last year aged 27.

Jarvis scored twice while Noble, Nolan, Collins and Carroll were also on target for the Mitchell Cole XI, who beat Boro X1 7-4.

A Boro spokesman said: "Stevenage FC would like to thank each and every fan that came to the game, as well as all of the players who took part.

"Special thanks must also go to West Ham United and Liverpool for allowing their players to take part in the game, which raised money and awareness for the Cardiomyopathy Association."

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