Causeway Chronicle

SuperCupNI was a great achievement for Heights Football Club

Hosting the SuperCupNi was a fantastic achievement for Heights Football Club who hosted the teams arriving to play at the Rope Walk.

This is the second year games have been played here and Height personnel were to the fore in ensuring everything rans as smooth as clockwork.

The club also had support for local elected representatives who turned uo for some of the games including the Mayor of ~Causeway Coast and Glens, Councillor Steven Callaghan, MLAs Archibald, Bradley and Hunter and Councillor Archibald.

Did someone say the kettles on !!!
Maurice Bradley, MLA, a man with a reputation for never refusing a cup of tea, thought the kettle had been put away and he didn’t get a cuppa, Maurice took time to thank the club for the positive impact that the Super Cup NI had brought to not only Heights Football Club generally, but to the community in the Heights area in particular.
GIRL POWER AT THE HEIGHTS
Heights FC are going to have to get a bigger kettle as Niamh and Caoimhe Archibald drop in for the now legendary Heights cuppa during the Super Cup NI Premier Section Vase Final.
GIRL POWER AT THE HEIGHTS
Cara Hunter MLA drops in for the now legendary Heights cuppa during the Super Cup NI Premier Section Vase Final.
THE KETTLES ALWAYS ON . . .
Causeway Coast and Glens Mayor Steven Callaghan was so impressed with the Rope Walk hospitality he popped in for a cuppa on route to the Showgrounds for the Super Cup NI Premier section Globe Semi-Final fixture between Ichifuna and Glasgow Rangers.
THE KETTLES ALWAYS ON . . .
Causeway Coast and Glens Mayor Steven Callaghan popped in for another cuppa during the Super Cup
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