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Club legends attend Swans DSA end of season event

Swansea legends Lee Trundle and Alan Tate attended the recent Swansea City DSA end of season event held at the club’s Liberty Stadium.

The pair took part in a Q&A session alongside young players Stephen Kingsley, Adam King and Jay Fulton, where over 70 members were in attendance.


The Liberty Stadium’s Ticket Office Manager, David Enstone, who recently developed an award winning online ticketing system for disabled fans also presented to attendees about the software that they will be able to use when booking tickets to see the Swans play in future.


There was also a raffle held as well as an auction, with Lee Trundle taking on the role of auctioneer.

Cath Dyer, Secretary of the DSA said, “The event was very positive, and our whole committee attended on the evening, after a lot of hard work and preparation beforehand. Our committee feel that by supporting our members, we can continue to grow.


“We are grateful to the club for their on-going support – Huw Cooze, supporter director is always on hand and very supportive.  Leigh Dineen. Vice chair of the Swans, came along and supported the event, and very kindly gave us refreshments free of charge.”

Formed in 2013, Swansea DSA was established during Level Playing Field’s Working Together project. 



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