Stars gear up for Ciaran's big day

Paul Cook, his former manager at Sligo Rovers, now at Chesterfield, sending club legend Ciaran Kelly a good luck message and wishing Ciaran all the best this weekend in his Tribute Game.
 
The Ciaran Kelly Tribute game kicks off at 5pm this Saturday in The Showgrounds In Association with the North West Hospice. All support is greatly appreciated.
 
Tickets on sale now in JAKO and The Belfry and will also be available on the gate at €10 for Adults and €5 for U-16's.
 

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Sports personalities from both codes come to celebrate with Ciaran in a Sligo Rovers select side which includes the current FAI Cup champions.
 
Ex Sligo Rovers players such as Richie Ryan , Paul McTiernan , Sean Flannery, Jason Mc Guinness & Mark Quigley will also be present. 
 
These soccer stars will come up against a star studded GAA side with All Star names in Andy Moran , Rob Hennelly, 2012 All Ireland Winners Mark McHugh & Paul Durcan ,Leitrim Gaa star Emlyn Mulligan with our very own Gaa and RTE pundit Eamonn O Hara alongside Mark Brehony , David Kelly and more. 
 
Your match ticket will also form a raffle ticket to win one of a number of top prizes such as Ciaran Kelly's FAI Cup Winning Jersey and an exciting line-up of giveaways as part of the game.  
 
Kick-off is 5pm. 
  
 

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