COPANY Rovers captain Thomas Given and manager Stuart Johnston dedicated their CT Ball Division Two League win on Sunday to the memory of Aaron Scott.
Copany drew one-all with Raphoe Town at Killowen Park to secure the title, their first League success in twenty-three years.
After receiving the Cup from Declan Sherlock, the team captain Given gave a speech in which he said the win was being dedicated to the memory of Scott, who died by suicide in December 2012.
Declan Doherty was on hand to capture what was an emotional and yet joyful speech by the Copany captain:
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