Three-time winner Kelly set for Benefit game

Ciaran Kelly now a three time FAI Cup Medal winner with Sligo Rovers FC gets set for his biggest day with his Tribute Game in association with North West Hospice set for kick off on the 16th of November in The Showgrounds .
 
Sports personalities from both codes come to celebrate with Ciaran in a Sligo Rovers select side which includes the current 'FAI Cup Champions' with Danny North and co. with Ex Sligo Rovers players such as Richie Ryan , Paul McTiernan , Jason Mc Guinness & Mark Quigley.
 
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  Karl Lacey & Paul Durcan ,2013 All Ireland winners from Dublin in Philly MC Mahon & Diarmuid Connolly with GAA and RTE pundit Eamonn O Hara alongside Mark Brehony and more. 
 
The famous FAI Cup will also be in attendance for the fans to get exclusive pictures on the day. All match tickets can be purchased in Jako Sport and The Belfry with Adult Tickets at €10 and Children's tickets at €5.
 
You may also pay at the gate on the day and to add to the occasion 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.  
 

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