As part of our fundraising efforts every Thursday we will be launching two new items up for auction. We have a collection of match-worn and signed jerseys from various players that have been donated to us.
This week, you can get your hands on two match-word, signed jerseys from Irish international goalkeeper Darren Randolph and former ‘Well captain Paul Quinn!
Both shirts are available on our eBay account following the links below and the auctions will close this time next week! All money raised will be doubled thanks to Les Hutchison’s “Double Your Money” offer.
Darren joined the club in July of 2010 from Charlton, going on to become a phenomenal number one and fans’ favourite. In his first season, he broke John Ruddy’s club record of 15 clean sheets in a season and featured for the Steelmen in the 2011 Scottish Cup Final. He was named in the PFA Scotland Team of the Year for both seasons 2011/12 and 2012/13. The Irish international has since played for Birmingham City and West Ham Utd, before his recent move to Middlesbrough.
The Coltness Cafu came through the ranks at Fir Park, making his debut as a substitute against Celtic in December 2002. Coach would go on to play over 150 games for the Dossers, playing across the defensive line, and being named club captain in early 2008 following the tragic death of Phil O’Donnell in December 2007. At the age of 22, Quinn became one of the youngest captain’s in Fir Park history. In the summer of 2009, Cardiff City paid around £300,000 for the Scotland U21 international, and he would go on to feature regularly in the English Championship before spells with Doncaster Rovers, Ross County and Aberdeen.