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On Saturday (29/4/17) we had a real show of guts and determination from our team and great backing from the Cowden faithful. Over and above the match itself, we had a number of fans keen to ensure they were among the very first to demonstrate their support for the Club by making their own donations to Club 135. Leading the way, just as he always did on the park was ex-Cowden skipper and 2006 Championship hero Innes Ritchie back at Central Park after his Australian sojourn and still showing the same great commitment to our club Innes.

We also had Gary Timney and friends Karen Harrison, Kevin Harrison and Maria Harrison travelling all the way up from Basingstoke to get behind the Blue Brazil and they also wanted to make their contribution to Club 135 handing over their tenners to Manager Gary Locke at Central Park. Cowden’s fighting display against the League leaders was enjoyed by Gary and his party as was Gary’s winning of the 50/50 draw. A delighted Gary there and then donated a further £100 to Club 135 – what a great gesture!

Also determined to be among the very first to demonstrate their allegiance to their club and make Club 135 a roaring success were loyal fans Amelia Howie, Ali Howie, Robert McKinlay and Captain Jimmy Robertson who between them pledged another £140 to the Club 135 cause. So the Club 135 train has now left the station and is gathering momentum. Hop on soon and help us on the journey. Only together can we meet the challenge.

We had a great £300 collective donation from those who travelled on the free bus to Elgin last Saturday. Then we can add to the Roll of Honour as contributors - Dr Bob Brownlie, Noreen Brownlie, Andrew Philp all the way from Canada, Andrine George, David George, 'In Memory of James and Fraser Bruce', Daisy Anderson, 'In Memory of Andrew Allan 1926-95', 'In Memory of Davie Allan 1897-1976', 'In Memory of Willie Bell 1902-88' and Drew Higgins who together donated a further £360.

On Saturday (20/05/17) at the match v East Kilbride Alex Haddow organised a collection to help raise funds for Cowdenbeath FC's new initiative Club 135. Among those helping with the bucket collection was long-time Cowden fan Matty Aitken who had travelled all the way up from Liverpool to support his home town club. Thanks to Alex and Matty and the other volunteers involved a sum of £515.65 was raised from fans attending the game - what a great effort!

The 50/50 draw on Saturday was won by another Cowdenbeath exile Jim Blair who had come up to the game from Nottingham. Jim scooped a win of £250 and had no hesitation in pledging the full amount straight away to Club 135 - a great gesture by Jim.

Among others making their own personal contributions to Club 135 on Saturday were Dave Room and Alison Allan as another £199 was handed over.