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Charity match at Brownstown

Representatives from Hanover Football Club and Portadown True Blues at the cheque presentation for �2,700 to Craigavon Area Hospital's children's ward. The money was raised thanks to sponsorship forms, a charity football match at Brownstown Park and post-game barbecue. The organisers would like to thank Hoy's Butchers and everyone else who supported the fundraiser. Previous Hanover charity projects have generated �1,700 during Movember and �1,100 for CLIC Sargent. Back row, from left, are Gary Haire, Steven Woods, Kyle Johnston and Robbie Gaston. Front row, from left, are Jean Caddoo (ward sister), Matthew Johnston, Lucy Rodgers (ward sister) and Joe Gaston.INPT28-131.

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Representatives from Hanover Football Club and Portadown True Blues at the cheque presentation for �2,700 to Craigavon Area Hospital's children's ward. The money was raised thanks to sponsorship forms, a charity football match at Brownstown Park and post-game barbecue. The organisers would like to thank Hoy's Butchers and everyone else who supported the fundraiser. Previous Hanover charity projects have generated �1,700 during Movember and �1,100 for CLIC Sargent. Back row, from left, are Gary Haire, Steven Woods, Kyle Johnston and Robbie Gaston. Front row, from left, are Jean Caddoo (ward sister), Matthew Johnston, Lucy Rodgers (ward sister) and Joe Gaston.INPT28-131. PTFOOTBALLMU14

Hanover Football Club and Portadown True Blues Flute Band recently teamed up to benefit Craigavon Area 
Hospital’s children’s ward to the tune of almost £3,000.

A charity football match in Brownstown Park proved the cornerstone of a fundraising campaign that led to a 
£2,700 donation to the ward.

Sponsorship forms and a post-match barbecue helped towards the total, with thanks to Hoy’s Butchers.

Thanks go to everyone who helped to support the 
event.

 

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