Angela McCabe Charity Tournament in Craigavon raised almost £3.5k for Southern Area Hospice in Newry
Almost £3,500 has been raised for the Southern Area Hospice through the fourth Angela McCabe Memorial Cup in Craigavon.
A family day of fun was had by all at Craigavon City FC grounds with six teams lining out for the tournament.
Lining out were The Culchies, The Townies, Pathetico Athletic (Pharma), Blue Zinc, Craigavon City FC and The Oul Fellas.
In Group A, The Oul Fellas beat both The Culchies and Pathetico Athletic, coming top of the table with The Culchies as runners up.
In Group B, Craigavon City FC beat The Townies and Blue Zinc, with The Townies coming in as runners up.
Thanks from the organisers
Organised by Frank McCabe whose wife Angela sadly died of cancer, he said: “I would like to give a massive thanks to all the business sponsors who supported us and donated and to all the volunteers on the day.
“Craigavon City are a club for the community and it’s great when the community comes together.”
Frank revealed that the total raised for the Southern Area Hospice was £3,466.
The tournament has raised almost £10,000 in memory of Angela McCabe and for the Southern Area Hospice and Charis.
Lots of children as well as adults joined in the fun with a bouncy castle, BBQ and lots of food.
Visitors arrived from across the country, from Belfast, Lurgan, Portadown, Craigavon, Newry, Meigh, Forkhill and even Dublin and London.