Maze NISC celebrates tenth anniversary and honours founder member Tom

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1st Maze NISC is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year.

The club was formed in April 2006 at the Halfpenny Gate Public House in Broomhedge and is a member of The Amalgamation of Northern Ireland Supporters Clubs.

They currently have fourteen members in the club many of whom have been in the club since its formation. Since their formation one of their key values was to help raise money for local charities.

Some of the charities they have helped to date are Lisburn 2Gether Special Olympics Club, TinyLife, Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children and Marie Curie Cancer Care.

The cancer charities are very close to the club’s heart as unfortunately one of their founder member’s, Tom Cunningham, passed away in 2009 after a long battle with cancer.

As a mark of respect and remembrance the club added Tom’s name to their club flag which goes everywhere with them. Over the years the club have been on numerous trips abroad which has seen them visit places like Liechtenstein, Poland, Estonia, Portugal, and France.