Belfast Telegraph

Friday 28 August 2015

Poll: Lisburn Distillery legends

Published 25/11/2009

Billy Hamilton
Billy Hamilton
Bertie McMinn
Tom Cleland
Billy Totten
Darren Armour
Martin O'Neill
Paul Muir
Philip Matthews

Football fans are being offered the chance to get up close and personal with star players and legends from their favourite Carling Premiership team.

>>Click More Pictures to launch gallery of Lisburn Distillery legends

The ‘Carling Presents an Evening of Legends’ series allows supporters of each top-tier team to take part in an open Q&A forum with their heroes.

The BBC’s Jackie Fullerton is hosting each evening and also blogging on each event on the Carling Website.

“I am delighted to be involved in Carling Presents", said Jackie. "It provides football fans with a fantastic opportunity to find out more about the legends and star players of their favourite teams in the Carling Premiership”.

Geoff Wilson from The IFA said: “These events show Carling’s dedication to helping football fans get closer to the team they support. I believe the events will be a big success and fans should register their interest now as places are limited.”

Tickets for these exclusive events are free but places are limited so you are advised to register your interest early. Over 18's only and proof of age may be required. Each event takes place at the relevant club's ground and kicks off with a Carling Drinks Reception at 7.30pm. To apply for a ticket go to the Carling Premiership website.

Carling Presents an Evening of Legends - event calender

Glentoran - 18 November

Lisburn Distillery - 25 November

Glenavon - 2 December

Cliftonville - 9 December

Linfield - 13 January

Institute - 27 January

Portadown - 10 February

Ballymena United - 24 February

Newry City - 10 March

Coleraine - 24 March

Dungannon Swifts - 14 April

Crusaders - 28 April

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