CAMPAIGN DIARY: How good sports gave charity a cash boost
campaignlive.co.uk, Friday, 12 December 1997 12:00AM
The NABS five-a-side football competition, held on Sunday at Earls Court in association with Sky Sports, was a great success.
The NABS five-a-side football competition, held on Sunday at Earls
Court in association with Sky Sports, was a great success.
It raised pounds 20,000 for the charity, with Yellow Submarine winning
the men’s contest and Laser Sales emerging as champions after the
Yellow Submarine, a promotional marketing company, beat News
International 4-3 in a thrilling final, while Laser beat KPMG - with
Juliet Thorne from Laser being voted woman of the match.
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