The Marina Dalglish Appeal held a Golf Day at Formby Hall Golf Club in support of their latest appeal, bringing together legends from the Liverpool FC and Everton FC to head up the teams.

 

Above: Some of the Reds & Blues team captains

£40,000 was raised on the day which will help fund the new £1.3m cancer treatment centre extension at Southport Hospital, improving cancer treatment facilities in Southport and an intra-operative MRI scanner for the Walton Centre at University Hospital Aintree.

 

Above: Mike Newell & Lee Sharpe

Celebrity guests and corporate clients enjoyed a great day of golf and an evening fundraising event at the clubhouse followed by an enthusiastic charity raffle and auction.

Above: Alan Hansen & Alan Shearer

The winning team on the day was Pitch International, joined by Kenny Dalglish.

 

Above: The Winning Team – Pitch International

Marina Dalglish said, “I would like to thank all the golfers and celebrities for their continued support to the appeal, and also the wonderful generosity from all our fundraisers who have helped us to reach all our targets so far, we are looking forward to the Southport Unit opening and making a difference to the lives of local people”

Above: l-r Janet Hansen, Marina Dalglish & Dianne Gillespie

By Diane Thompson www.foto-foto.co.uk

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