Dynamos Kids Enjoy Trip To See Liverpool And Irish Legends In The Aviva

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Tralee Dynamos U12B team players, parents and coaches before heading to Dublin on Friday afternoon..

ALL the fund-raising efforts by a group of Tralee youngsters paid off on Friday, as they headed off to see Liverpool and Irish soccer legends play in Dublin.

Nineteen kids from Tralee Dynamos U12B side, along with 10 adults boarded a Power’s Travel bus early on Friday afternoon to journey to the Sean Cox Charity Football Match at the Aviva Stadium where such legends as Robbie Fowler, John Aldridge, Ian Rush and Ronnie Whelan took to the field.

“We did all the fundraising ourselves,” said Helen Kerins of Tralee Dynamos. “We did bag-packing in Tescos on two days to fund both the tickets and the travel. Tesco have provided us with drinks and taytos for the journey.”

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“We’ve a mix of Liverpool and Ireland supporters and a few Man United as well! We’re looking forward to a fun day out and it’s great as the funds go to charity. A lot of the kids have never been to the Aviva,” she said.

Over 26,000 people attended the event last night where the Liverpool side won 2-1 on an emotional night for the Cox family and Liverpool FC.

Kissing the crest…Liverpool fans Mollie Duggan, Saoirse Kerins, Jesse Duggan and Jamie Lee Duggan before heading to Dublin on Friday afternoon. Photo by Dermot Crean

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