Thank you to everyone involved & making this day one for The Manorview history books.

We held a Charity Day on Sunday 9th July, which included a Charity Legends Football Match followed by a Sportsman’s Dinner at The Busby Hotel.

The total raised at these events amounted to £19,000 which was donated to A&M Scotland, a charity co-founded by ex-professional footballer Andy McLaren.

The day kicked off with a charity legends football match at The SuperSeal Stadium, home to Hamilton Academical Football Club.

In the evening, we hosted a Sportsman’s Dinner, compared by Radio Clyde Pundit Mark Guidi, with entertaining chat from Lisbon Lion, Bertie Auld, and former Rangers star, Derek Johnstone.

The footballing glitterati at the Busby Hotel also included Old Firm stars Arthur Numan, Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink and Bert Konterman, who had flown over from Amsterdam. Former Celtic player Bobby Peta and Accies Jose Quitongo also joined us.

And we also listened to Andy McLaren, former footballer with Dundee Utd and Kilmarnock, who told us about his charity and how they help young people from some of Scotland’s most deprived areas.

People dug deep into their pockets for some excellent auction and raffle prizes, many of whom were generously donated by our great list of supporters.

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