WEMBLEY hero Kevin Donovan is the latest player to agree to play in December’s Chairman’s Challenge game.
Kev joined the Mariners for a £300,000 fee from West Bromwich Albion in 1997, linking up with his former boss Alan Buckley.
His time at Town was arguably the best of his career. In his first season he scored 21 goals to help the Mariners to two Wembley wins.
He will always be remembered by Town fans for his Wembley winning goal in the 1998 play-off final against Northampton Town.
Kev will join, John McDermott, Gary Childs, Gary Croft, Dave Smith, Paul Wilkinson, Paul Hurst, John Fenty, Gary Lund and Paul Wilkinson in the Chairman’s side.
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We are looking for a minimum donation of £180 to play in the game – with all the proceeds going to the Town Youth fund.
We now have just one place in the team remaining and 3 rolling substitutes places. The rolling subs places are available for a minimum donation of £150.
The Chairman's Challenge game will take place on Monday 2nd of December.