St Mirren unveiled their new 3rd kit shirt which will be used in the two away SPL games against Kilmarnock this season.
The new shirt is a limited edition as only 99 have been manufactured. The first 50 shirts will be used by the players for their games against Kilmarnock, so the next one in line - number 51 - is a prize for the draw winner.
The inititative will see Principal team sponsors, Braehead Shopping Centre and back of the shirt and shorts sponsors, Compass Private Hire waive their right to have their branding and company name displayed on the new strip to make room for Radio Clyde's 'Cash for Kids' Appeal logo on the front and the 'Kan-Do - Scottish Project' logo on the back of the shirt.
Braehead General Manager, Peter Beagley and former St Mirren player and manager, Tony Fitzpatrick who co-owns Compass Private Hire, joined present day manager Danny Lennon in showing off the smart new AC Milan style shirt.
There will not be a general sale of a replica version of the 3rd strip. But there will be 99 manufactured - uniquely numbered - which will be made available in order to raise money for the two charitable causes - details on that to follow.
Thanks to Andrew