Sunday 28th May will see Inver Park play host to the first Irish League Charity Cup, all in aid of the Mae Murray Foundation.
The Mae Murray Foundation is a Larne-based charity which has been set up to allow people of all ages and abilities to take part in activities, experience the world and enjoy friendship together in an inclusive environment.
The 11-a-side charity match will take place at Inver Park, kicking off at 3pm. There are currently still places for those who wish to play on the day, at the cost of £5 per player.
Michael Leahey, who is helping to organise the match said:
“We will have four quarters of 20 minutes for the match, but the second to third period will be 15 minutes for half time.
“We will have food and non-alcohol drinks provided on day for players on the day after the match in the 1889. We are asking players to bring their own Irish League shirts for the warm-up.“The game will be open to the public and they can access the stadium through the normal Home End Entrance. It is free entrance for all fans and there will be a charity bucket for anyone who wants to make donations.”