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Bradley Lowery nominated for sporting award

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5:11pm 16th January 2018
(Updated 5:35am 17th January 2018)

Bradley Lowery's fight against Neuroblastoma has been nominated for a world sporting award.

He's up for Laureus Best Sporting Moment of the Year.

You can vote for Bradley in the link below on the Bradley Lowery Foundation's tweet: 

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