Ex-players team up for charity

The proceeds of a charity football match between former players of Gala Rovers and Gala Hotspur for the Ian Hume Memorial Trophy were handed over to the Parkinson's Disease UK Borders branch in the form of a cheque for �771.95.'Our photograph shows Ian's son Raymond handing over the cheque to the charity's Gary Hattie. In attendance were, from left, Fred Blackie and Jimmy Dunbar from GalaHotspur, Gala Fairydean Rovers secretary Graeme McIver who produced the programme and Bryan Templeton and Kevin Mathieson from the victorious Gala Rovers team.'Raymond thanked everyone who contributed to the success of the event.

The proceeds of a charity football match between former players of Gala Rovers and Gala Hotspur for the Ian Hume Memorial Trophy were handed over to the Parkinson's Disease UK Borders branch in the form of a cheque for �771.95.'Our photograph shows Ian's son Raymond handing over the cheque to the charity's Gary Hattie. In attendance were, from left, Fred Blackie and Jimmy Dunbar from GalaHotspur, Gala Fairydean Rovers secretary Graeme McIver who produced the programme and Bryan Templeton and Kevin Mathieson from the victorious Gala Rovers team.'Raymond thanked everyone who contributed to the success of the event.

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The proceeds of a charity football match between former players of Gala Rovers and Gala Hotspur for the Ian Hume Memorial Trophy were handed over to the Parkinson’s Disease UK Borders branch in the form of a cheque for £771.95.

The photograph shows Ian’s son, Raymond, handing over the cheque to the charity’s Gary Hattie. In attendance were, from left, Fred Blackie and Jimmy Dunbar from Gala Hotspur, Gala Fairydean Rovers secretary Graeme McIver, who produced the programme, and Bryan Templeton and Kevin Mathieson from the victorious Gala Rovers team.

Raymond thanked everyone who contributed to the success of the event.