A Morton XI will play Port Glasgow Juniors at Parklea on Wednesday 28 November in a charity match to raise funds for local girl Rosie Veronica Mitchell and Solving Kids’ Cancer.
Rosie, 6, was diagnosed with high-risk neuroblastoma at just 15 months old and the clubs have arranged a friendly to generate funds to help her access further treatment not available on the NHS.
Under-18s coach Pat McIlvogue, who will take the Ton team with Sean Crighton, said: “Port Juniors approached us and said it would be great if we could help raise awareness for this worthwhile cause through a game.
“I thought it was a fanastic opportunity for the club to show solidarity with the local community and we were delighted to be involved.
“I’d ask Morton fans who are free to please come along and show your support for the family and all club together and help raise funds to get Rosie the treatment she needs.”
Kick-off is 7.15pm and admission prices are:
Adults – £5
Concessions – £2.50
For more information or to make a donation, please visit https://www.justgiving.com/campaigns/charity/solvingkidscancer/rosie-mitchell