Causeway Chronicle

RG10 Memorial Cup game to honour memory of Ryan Gurney

Two North Antrim football clubs have set aside their friendly rivalry and have come together to honour the memory of one of their most esteemed players, Ryan Gurney.

The RG10 Memorial Cup, sponsored by Maurice Bradley on behalf of the Causeway Chronicle will be contested for by Balnamore and Glebe Rangers.

Ryan played a big part in both clubs so Balnamore and Glebe Rangers have decided to come together and host the RG10 Memorial Cup in memory of Ryan Gurney with all proceeds going to Turning Point NI.

The game kicks off at 3.00 p.m. There will also be a raffle and the bar will be open from 3pm until late.

Both Balnamore and Glebe Rangers would encourage as many from the football fraternity to come along and show support in Ryan’s memory.

Both clubs would love to see as many players, supporters and management throughout the local game come along and help support and raise as much funds as as possible for this great charity.
Turning Point NI is a mental health hub for those experiencing any form of mental crisis. Turning Point NI is n organisation within the Northern Health and Social Care Trust aiming to reduce the intensity of suicide and self-harming behaviours within the area; promoting positive mental wellbeing; resilience and support to families who have been bereaved by suicide.

Note the date, Saturday, June 22, at Coleraine Showgrounds, kick-off 3.00 p.m.

Make sure to come along to Coleraine Showgrounds to support the game – all proceeds are going to Turning Point NI

Causeway Chronicle

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