Kids do their bit for charity

Dromore Amateurs Youth U10 and U11 squads took part in a Charity Penalty Tournament in aid of Gina's Dream, supporting local children and families suffering from cancer. Included are coaches Dave Sellwood and John Maginess.  (c) drewmcwilliams.com INBL17-603dmcw
Dromore Amateurs Youth U10 and U11 squads took part in a Charity Penalty Tournament in aid of Gina's Dream, supporting local children and families suffering from cancer. Included are coaches Dave Sellwood and John Maginess. (c) drewmcwilliams.com INBL17-603dmcw

DROMORE Amateurs U10s and U11s played a charity match on Tuesday night at Ferris Park, ending with two penalty shoot out competitions.

With Adam Jennings winning the U10s and Reece Anderson winning for the U11s.

John Maginess (coach) with Adam Jennings (U10 winner) and Reece Anderson (U11) - winners of the Dromore Amateurs Youth Charity Penalty Tournament in aid of Gina's Dream, supporting local children and families suffering from cancer.  (c) drewmcwilliams.com  INBL17-604dmcw

John Maginess (coach) with Adam Jennings (U10 winner) and Reece Anderson (U11) - winners of the Dromore Amateurs Youth Charity Penalty Tournament in aid of Gina's Dream, supporting local children and families suffering from cancer. (c) drewmcwilliams.com INBL17-604dmcw

The charity they were raising money for was Gina’s Dream, named after a young Northern Ireland girl, who died at the age of 12 from cancer. Before she died the charity enabled Gina to go to Liverpool and meet Steven Gerrard and the rest of the team and watch a match.

The charity enables other children with cancer to live their dream