#bitored thank Mikel Murphy after play

There was a packed house at the Model Centre for The Man in the Women's Shoes by Mikel Murphy, a performance which raised thousands of euro for the #bitored.
We know that everyone present enjoyed the enthralling performance and the club wish to thank Mikel for his generosity which made it possible. 
Mikel was interviewed by Robbie Fitzpatrick on the play afterwards.  Club treasurer David Rowe also gave an update on 2018 plans in between.
Mikel provided #bitored fans with a great night of entertainment and after he was presented with a history of Sligo Rovers book as a gesture of appreciation for all his help.

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