Dunfermline Athletic

Sportsman`s Dinner 2019

Monday, 11th Mar 2019

Fantastic sum raised at annual Sportsman`s Dinner

Dunfermline Athletic are delighted to announce over £10,000 was raised at Saturday’s 1885 Business Club Sportsman’s Dinner held at the Garvock House Hotel.

Hosted by Jim Leishman, guest speakers included comedian Jim Morrison and Former Liverpool and Republic of Ireland international Jason McAteer, who was interviewed by BBC Sport Scotland`s Brian McLaughlin.

Vice-Chairman, Billy Braisby said: “ Once again we`d like to thank everyone who attended and supported our Sportsman`s Dinner. With over £10,000 raised it`s testament to our fantastic supporters and sponsors of this great football club. Jason, Jim and Brian were first rate and the response to the night has been terrific!

Finally we’d like to thank Rui, Pamela and their team at the Garvock House Hotel for their hospitality and service throughout the evening”.



Views : 3,637

Related Stories


Archived website
This website served as the official Dunfermline Athletic website from season 2006-2007 until season 2022-2023.

Stories, match reports and interviews for these seasons can still be accessed here.

The current DAFC website with up to date information is on this link https://DAFC.co.uk
DAFC Archives
Dunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust. Information on past players, fixtures, league tables and archives can be found at www.daht.org.uk
ParsTV
For Season 2023/2024 SPFL regulations mean that on a Saturday afternoon we have to offer a Subscription service for overseas viewers. This will either be a monthly or a yearly subscription (on a Saturday it is FOR OVERSEAS viewers only - some dates are exempt.) https://ParsTV.co.uk
  • /files/youngpars_2016_9593.jpg
  • files/CB_Dunfermline_Programme_Ad_300px_v2_9109.jpg
  • files/sms2_red_copy_8356.jpg
  • /files/KiltCompany_280_2285.jpg
Archives
2024
2023
2022
2021
2020
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1991
1986
1979
1968
1965
1962
1961
1960
1957
1949

To top