After the passing of HM Queen Elizabeth II, Portadown wore commemorative shirts with a black ribbon, marking the passing of the worlds longest monarch after which they where sold off and all proceed going to The Prince’s Trust. £800 was raised in total which will go towards the great work undertaken which has helped over 1million young people in Britain so far in its 45 year history.
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Ports Kit Manager commented, Jason Hall, commented:
At a time when the nation mourned the loss of HM Queen Elizabeth II it was an honour to remember her as a football club with the one off shirts we wore in the games immediately after her passing. As King Charles III gets crowned, making this donation to the charity he founded and does such good work, is a fitting way to remember his mother and mark the occasion of his coronation.