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Legends dream team lifts trophy with the help of a fan

Danske Bank representative Nicola McCleery, Head of Marketing presents this years captain Chris Morgan with the Danske Bank Dream Team trophy

Danske Bank representative Nicola McCleery, Head of Marketing presents this years captain Chris Morgan with the Danske Bank Dream Team trophy

Proud sponsors of the Premiership, Danske Bank celebrated their end of 2013/2014 season with fans by hosting a specially arranged Danske Bank Dream Team Match at Solitude, featuring legends of the game including Yohann Lacroix of Crusaders, Darren Murphy who previously won the league with Linfield and top Manager Roy Coyle, deemed the most successful manager in Irish League history with a total 13 Premiership titles.

The Danske Bank Dream Tram was organised by premiership sponsor Danske Bank to give fans an inclusive league experience, bringing together fans from across the all teams to participate in a full length match with ex players, legends of the game, and title winning managers at the helm who included Marty Quinn and Roy Coyle.

And Ballinamallard fan, Alastair Fisher, was the toast of the legends, scoring the only goal of the match against the Media Select team.

The match took place at a sunny Solitude, home to league title winners Cliftonville, on Wednesday with live commentary from BBCs Jackie Fullerton who injected his infamous humour and cutting remarks for the official match feel along with News Letter football columnist, Liam Beckett.

Danske Bank representative Nicola McCleery, Head of Marketing, was on hand to present the winners with their trophy and medals and commented: ‘It’s a privilege to host the first Danske Bank Dream Team game as part of our ongoing sponsorship with the Premiership.

“It is important for us to add value and give back to our customers, league fans and the community, offering them a unique and memorable experience. We’re delighted with the turnout and enthusiasm presented, it’s great to be at the heart of the action.’

 

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