Clubs in the south of England have been moved by the plea from Hammersmith & Fulham to donate £2 to the Stuart Mangan appeal.
The 'Give-Two-for-Stu' scheme hopes to raise enough money for the 25-year-old to be treated for life after he was left paralysed from the neck down in a horrific match incident in April.
Neighbours Chiswick were among the first to ask their members on Saturday to cough up £2 on top of their subs, and Hammers are hoping their appeal will see others donate to the Mangan cause.
Ironically, Hammers faced Hampstead on Saturday where Mangan was injured, and a gaffe from the visitors after five minutes was seized on by H&F whose backs fed James Weekes to go over in the corner.
Two more penalties from Scott Richards allowed Hammers to lead 11-0 for more than 20 minutes either side of half-time.
However, Hampstead got back in it with a try of their own before Richards sealed the win with a third three-pointer.
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Tabard.........................................42 LONDON NIGERIAN...................0
IT WENT from bad to worse for London Nigerian on Saturday.
Already struggling with a pile of injuries and unavailability - the Linford Christie Centre team lost new centre Mike Fielding five minutes into the game in Hertfordshire.
Once he limped off and players were dragged out of position to plug the gaps, it looked like the uphill struggle needed crampons as well.
As it turned out, Ns were only 5-0 down at half-time.But then Maynard Ahukanna was sin-binned early in the second period only to return and promptly incur the ref's wrath for a high tackle.The Ns forward made another forlorn trip to the sidelines - this time for good.
Tabard then ran amok, although Nigerian coach Roger Coombs believes this Saturday's home match against St Albans will be a different proposition.
"We should have three players back," he said.