City Former Players Association Present Cheques From Charity Match

07 September 2013 01:46
Cheque Presentation Evening

The Coventry City Former Players Association handed over cheques on Friday night to a number of charities from the proceeds of the Charity game held by the Association at the Ricoh Arena on August 11th.

The game raised over £21,000 and an evening was held to present charities and good causes with money raised by a gate of around 8,000.

Billy Bell, of the Former Players Association, who was recently awarded by the Variety Club of Great Britain MC'd the evening in the Legends Lounge 

Those who presented and received awards including former City players and the charities which received the cheques are listed below

  Cheque Presented By Recipients Make A Wish Foundation Bill Newnes CCLSC   John Hartson Foundation Jacky Isaac (Ricoh Arena) Peter Hortmanschuk Cancer Research UK Jacky Isaac (Ricoh Arena) Terry McAuley Balls To Cancer Jacky Isaac (Ricoh Arena) Dave Bennett Mercia MS Centre Bob Eales (CCFPA) Sara Jane Morrison Myton Hospice Ronnie Farmer Liz Hall Team Nancy Ian Goodwin   Felix Holt Acute Stroke Unit Celia & Maggie Alison & Tracy Sherbourne Fields School Joe Elliott   Coventry Corps Of Drums Lionel Bird (CCFC Historian)   Coventry NSPCC Tom Dentith (CC Diamond Club) Joe Elliott St Giles Hospice Mike Young   Bethany's Wish Dave Bennett   Zoe's Place Pete Chambers (Cov Music Historian) Tina Costello Diabetes UK Dietmar Bruck Felicity Acorns Kirk Stephens Martin Banbury, Chris Saulter


Jacky issac with Peter Hortmanschuk on behalf of the John Hartson Foundation

Jacky isaac CEO of the Ricoh Arena with Dave Bennett on behalf of Balls To Cancer

Ronnie Farmer with Liz Hall on behalf of Myton Hospice

Ian Goodwin with Roger and Carol on behalf of Team Nancy

Tom Dentith with Joe Elliott Chairman of Coventry NSPCC

Dave Bennett with Representatives of Bethany's Wish

Dietmar Bruck presenting a cheque to Felicity from Diabetes Uk

Kirk Stephens with representatives from Acorns.


Source: Coventry MAD