SAINTS fans can help out the club's former defender Kevin Moore at next week's programme and memorabilia fair.

Organisers of the benefit fund in aid of Moore, who suffers from a rare form of dementia, have been collecting donated old shirts over the past few months.

They have had a great response, with about 70 being sent in so far.

Some of those will be sold at the annual fair, which is being held at St Mary's on Saturday, May 21, from 11am until 2pm.

All proceeds from the shirts will go towards paying for the care of former centre-half Moore, who suffers from Pick's Disease.

Moore made 185 appearances for Saints, between 1987 and 1994.

He also scored 13 times, including a thunderous header in the 1992 Zenith Data Systems Cup final, at Wembley.

Moore now requires round-the-clock care, which he receives at the White House, in Curdridge.

The benefit fund was established last year to help his family with the resulting financial burden.

Any remaining shirts from the fair will be auctioned off on eBay, with details announced at a later date.

Saints legend Matt Le Tissier has signed some of the shirts, as well as a selection of prints, which will be available at the benefit fund's table at the fair.

Shirts - from any club - can still be donated, by sending them to The Kevin Moore Benefit Fund, 1 St Simon Close, Locks Heath, Southampton SO31 6DH.