On Wednesday evening, rugby stars Andrew Trimble and Neil McComb took up the challenge of working as waiters at Café Conor in Stranmillis. The guys took orders, cleared tables and served food and drink all in the name of charity… to raise money for the Friends of the Cancer Centre at Belfast City Hospital.
They even had time to show off some of their rugby skills, passing a rugby ball shaped loaf of bread across the room to the amusement of customers. Fortunately they didn’t try the same with plates full of food!
Cafe Conor raised £600 for The Friends of the Cancer Centre, whose work helps cancer patients and their families throughout Northern Ireland.