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'Justice for Noah' banners displayed at Glasgow's Celtic Park

Banners at Sunday's Celtic FC match show support for the Donohoe family. Picture: @EireGoBrachCSC Twitter
Staff Reporter

CELTIC fans have displayed banners in support of the family of Noah Donohoe at a weekend Scottish Premiership match.

Fans attending Sunday's game against Edinburgh side Heart of Midlothian FC held aloft large banners featuring the message 'Justice for Noah Donohoe'.

Thousands attending the game at Glasgow's Celtic Park saw the banners relating to the 14-year-old St Malachy's College pupil who was found dead in a north Belfast storm drain six days after going missing in June 2020.

Among reactions to images of Sunday's banners on social media was a post showing a poster displayed in a Celtic-themed bar in Lanzarote featuring the 'RemeberMyNoah' campaign slogan.

The poster in Bar 67 in Puerto Del Carmen states 'We support the Donohoe family in their quest for answers'.

Sunday's display by Celtic fans follows a large rally in support of the Donohoes, including Noah's mother Fiona, at Belfast city centre earlier this month, which was attended by thousands of supporters.

The rally was held at Belfast City Hall which has previously been lit in blue colours to remember the teenager.

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