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Win football tickets by recycling

Rangers Football Club is offering hospitality tickets to Ibrox among several prizes to encourage its supporters to recycle their mobile phones and printer cartridges.

Rangers'captain Fernando Ricksen

The Scottish Premier League leaders are handing out freepost envelopes for fans to send the items to The Recycling Appeal in Falkirk.

Rangers' Charity Foundation will receive cash from the Appeal for every cartridge and phone sent in, and this will go to Capability Scotland, Revive Scotland and Sense Scotland.

Signed boots and shirts are up for grabs for recycling supporters, along with a tour of the club's Ibrox stadium with Rangers legend Mark Hateley.

Club captain Fernando Ricksen (pictured) launched the campaign last week. He said: "This is a fantastic idea and I am sure the Rangers fans will get behind it and help to raise money for the Charity Foundation.

"There are probably loads of old phones stuck away at the back of drawers and most people use printer cartridges, so Rangers fans can genuinely make a difference both to the environment and worthy causes."

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