Brendan’s boost for hometown club

BRENDAN Rodgers may be enjoying life at the highest level of English football but he certainly hasn’t forgotten his roots.

The Swansea City manager has donated funding to his hometown club Carnlough Swifts to purchase new kits for its two sides, who play in the Ballymena Saturday Morning League and the Ballymena and Provincial Junior League.

Brendan recently climbed Mount Kilimanjaro to raise funds for the Marie Curie charity.

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To help raise awareness of the charity, Carnlough Swifts will carry the Marie Curie logo on both the first and second team strips.

The kits will also carry the Bridge Inn/McAuleys Hotel logo, as the proprietors, John and Susan McAuley have also made a generous contribution to club funds.