Braddan AFC has kicked off the new season with support from Douglas-based Isle of Man litigation advocates Gough Law, which has donated £2,000 to enable the club to buy a new first team and combi team home and away kits.
Gough Law Director Andrew Marshall, who also volunteers for the Club as Honorary Counsel, said: ‘We’re delighted to be supporting the teams at Braddan AFC with the purchase of their new kits.
‘The club has a fantastic track record dating back to 1923 and has been consistently performing well ever since. The teams did really well last season and we’re looking forward to helping them have another fantastic year.’
Braddan AFC Secretary Steven Davies added: ‘I’d like to thank Gough Law for their generous support and look forward to a successful partnership.’
The club, which has its grounds on Victoria Road in Douglas, had a highly successful 2016/17 season becoming division two champions, combi two champions, GH Corlett Woods Cup winners and Paul Henry Gold Cup winners.
Photo - Andrew Marshall presents cheque to Braddan AFC. Left to right: Alex Haddock, Jamie Delaney, Stuart Pacey, Alex Delaney, Ben O'Neill, Steve Davies (Braddan AFC Secretary), Andrew Marshall (Gough Law), David Goldsmith (Braddan AFC Chairman) and Cameron Milllar.