Joy Sports Assisting Editor Ibrahim Ridwan Asante has donated jerseys to two colts clubs in the Greater Accra Region with support from the Belfast-based Glentoran Community Trust.
The sports broadcaster-cum-producer received two sets of previously owned kits of Glentoran Football Club who are in Northern Ireland.
Jawara Babies, formed in 1992 and based in Apenkwa close to Achimota-received the reserve kits (white shirt, green shorts and white hose).
The club owned by Dauda Abdullahi has produced former national team stars Lee Addy and Winfred Dormon -who is now a coach at Dreams FC.
Taifa-Burkina based Super Wonders FC (a community team) also received the green shirt, black shorts and green hose set of jersey.
The club was formed in 2006 and have teams for the Under 10,13,15 and 17 and train at the Taifa Community School Park.
The team is run and coached by Hope Kemeh, affectionately called Mourinho (after the iconic Portuguese trainer Jose).
"I received a text from Mr Sam Robinson of the Glentoran Trust Community about him wanting to do this donation to some of the youth teams in the country and that was how it started. I'm grateful to him," Ridwan told Joy Sports.
''I consulted one Wasiu Ali Mohammed of New Generation Football Club and we planned this random choice.
"This is just the start and I think the team in Northern Ireland will be happy to see the smiles on the faces of the players and club owners."