Steff’s day a big success
HUNDREDS of people attended the second annual Steff’s Fun Day at St Dogmaels on Sunday.
The event was in memory of 32-year-old local football club stalwart Steff Thomas, who was tragically killed in a road accident in October 2017.
Morning rain cleared and left a bright and warm day for the event that featured a large number of stalls and other attractions at the School Field football ground.
The centrepiece was a game between newly-crowned Costcutter Ceredigion League champions St Dogmaels and The Welsh Fans XI, containing players from various parts of Wales and resulting in a narrow win for Saints.
Before kick-off, the teams lined up as Cardigan Rugby Club Male Voice Choir led the singing of the national anthem.
Among a huge collection of items auctioned during the day was a shirt signed by the Wales rugby team and donated by Shane Williams, a signed dartboard from former PDC World Championship semi-finalist Jamie Lewis and a signed shirt donated by the Football Association of Wales.
The event raised substantial funds for the local football club and also Gol, The Wales Football Supporters Charitable Organisation, the aim of which is to help under-privileged children wherever Wales play.