SAINTS prop Alex Walmsley is auctioning off one of his England World Cup jerseys to raise funds for former teammate Mose Masoe's just giving page.

Masoe, who played alongside Walmsley in the 2014 Grand Final win, suffered a serious spinal injury while playing for Hull KR in a friendly at Wakefield on Sunday.

He has undergone surgery in Leeds General Infirmary and is reported to be "awake and alert and showing signs of improvement.

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Big Al, who will know more than most what his former teammate is going through having broken his neck in 2018, wants to help support Mose and his family.

Today he posted a message on social media announcing that he has started an online auction.

He wrote: "Following Mose's awful injury at the weekend, I am going to donate my worn England World Cup quarter final jersey from 2017, which I can sign and deliver.

"The auction on social media will last a week with all proceeds going to Mose's Just Giving page to help support him and his young family.

"Please bid as generously as you can.

"Thinking of you big man."