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Donaghadee FC welcomed a particular visitor to the membership on Saturday.
The Newbie League membership invited younger West Belfast boy Dáithí Mac Gabhann to their sport in opposition to Portavogie.
4-year-old Dáithí has been ready on the present of a brand new coronary heart for nearly three years and the marketing campaign Donate four Dáithí, arrange by his mother and father, has helped maintain the vital dialog round organ donation on the forefront of individuals’s minds.
Donaghadee used the sport to assist promote the marketing campaign, and invite Dáithí and his household to their floor.
Dáithí was introduced with a memento from Donaghadee and hung out with the gamers previous to the membership’s match.
First group supervisor Jamie Bryson mentioned: “It was beautiful to have Dáithí and his household be part of us on Saturday.
“He’s such a particular wee boy who is stuffed with power and smiles. It was nice to spend time with him and we have now invited Dáithí and his household again as particular friends for a future match through which we hope Dáithí will do us the honour of being mascot.
“The marketing campaign being run by the household is of significant significance not solely to Dáithí however to many different kids throughout our complete neighborhood. The style through which Dáithí’s household have turned such a tragic scenario round with such a passionate, considerate and caring marketing campaign is to their immense credit score. “
Dáithí’s mom Seph Ní Mhealláin mentioned on Twitter: “We’re so touched all of the lads took the time to fulfill us & help the marketing campaign.
“The wee man hasn’t let go of his ball! We will certainly need to name over for a match and see you in motion.Thanks all a lot”
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