YOU can get your hands on some Coleraine merchandise and memorabilia via a raffle, with all proceeds going towards a great cause…
A raffle is to take place for a signed framed Coleraine shirt from this year’s European exploits, as well as a match programme from the Europa League clash against Motherwell.
With the help of Coleraine striker Eoin Bradley, the shirt was donated to the Causeway Hospital by one its patients, Mr Danny Brown, with the hospital now wanting it to go to a loyal Bannsider.
Speaking to colerainefc.com, Rod McAleese, whose sister works at the hospital, explains how supporters can be in with a chance of winning the prizes.
“The raffle is for a signed framed Coleraine shirt from our memorable Europa League campaign from this season, which will be accompanied by the match day programme from the home game with Motherwell.
“The shirt and programme were kindly donated to the heart failure service in the Causeway Hospital by one of its patients, Mr Danny Brown, to try and raise some much needed funds.
“When presenting the shirt and programme to be raffled, Danny was accompanied by Eoin ‘Skinner’ Bradley.
“Tickets are priced at £5 each and all proceeds will go to the heart failure service in the Causeway Hospital in Coleraine at the request of Danny who donated the prize.
“Tickets are priced at £5 each. It’s a difficult time to organise anything like this due to COVID-19 restrictions in the workplace and beyond, so preferred payment is by PayPal.
“My PayPal details are firstname.lastname@example.org for anyone who wants to take part.
The draw will take place on Friday 26th March.