The 2015/16 season meant quite a lot of travelling for Goodwick United – and now they are out to replicate their ‘road to the treble’ to help a local charity.

Tomorrow will mark four years since they drew 1-1 at Hakin to become the first ever Pembrokeshire side to capture the Division 1, Senior Cup, and West Wales Cup in the same season. And the Phoenix Boys will be marking the anniversary by kicking off a 14 day challenge to cover 2404 miles between them.

That’s the exact combined distance off their away days plus the distance others travelled to play them. Of course, that memorable 38 game campaign included trips to Stebonheath Park and more notably, the Liberty Stadium.

All funds raised will go to Shalom House in St Davids, who provide palliative care to people.

First team manager Wayne O’Sullivan said: “We’ve been looking to do something as a club so we’ve worked out how far we travelled in miles that season, using Phoenix Park as the starting point.

“It’s going to be a club thing and all current and ex-players, coaches, juniors, committee men and supporters can get involved.

“We’ve chose to support Shalom House who need funding more than ever right now.”

Indeed, some high profile support has already been pledged with former Goodwick player and later Wales captain Mark Delaney, now Academy coach at Aston Villa, set to take part.

Brother Nigel Delaney, who managed the club in that treble season and remains on the coaching staff now, will be recording the player totals each day.

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