Delighted Cappielow director Brian Clements has described Saturday’s inaugural Morton Ladies Day as a ‘resounding success’.
As well as unlimited prosecco, gift bags, and a two-course meal, special cocktails were served by our mixologist, Blue Dog assistant manager Jamie Alexander, in the ‘pop up’ 1874 Cocktail Lounge.
Guests were entertained by the singing talents of Edward Reid, who found fame on Britain’s Got Talent, followed by Radio Clyde’s George Bowie in the hospitality lounges at the Betfred Cup fixture versus Edinburgh City.
The afternoon sold out in advance and proved to be an unfortgettable day in the Cappielow hospitality lounges, with Ken McArthur’s images capturing events for posterity.
Brian, owner of McTear’s, who sponsored the event, said: “I don’t think there’s any doubt that our inaugural Ladies Day was a resounding success. Lesley Ann and all the staff put so much work in and it paid off.
“Of course it wouldn’t have been the day it was without our performers, Edward Reid and George Bowie, so a huge thanks to them. The unlimited prosecco played its part too, of course!
“Hospitality at Greenock Morton Football Club is such an important source of income for the club, so I’m delighted that so many of our guests on Saturday were new to it.
“I hope to see them back again soon. We always aim to make hospitality a day to remember and Ladies Day was no exception.”
Hospitality executive Lesley Ann Webb added: “We received phenomenal feedback and everyone seemed to have an amazing day. I’m already looking at fixtures for our second ladies day!”
Female fans who attended are reminded to engage with us on social media for a chance to win free hospitality at a future match.
Simply like our official Facebook page and share and tag yourself in any images posted in the dedicated albums to be entered into a prize draw.
Prefer to upload your own selfies? No problem! Just remember to include the club by tagging us on Facebook or Twitter with the hashtag #MortonLadiesDay.
Image (main): Ken McArthur
Image (inset): David Bell