Win More Barry Fry Sporting Dinner Tickets
Wednesday, 20th Mar 2013 10:58
Throughout the week TWTD is offering readers the chance to win five pairs of tickets to a sporting dinner featuring former Barnet, Southend, Birmingham and Peterborough boss Barry Fry at Greshams in Tuddenham Road on Friday 19th April (7.30pm).
Fry, now the director of football at Posh, will be joined by comedian Ian Richards for the dinner, which includes a two-course meal.
To win the third pair of tickets, tell us in an email sent to firstname.lastname@example.org arriving before midnight tonight, at which club Barry briefly managed George Best. The winner, which we’ll announce tomorrow when we’ll be giving away another pair of tickets, will be selected at random from the correct answers.
The winner of yesterday’s competition, who told us that Stan Flashman was the Barnet chairman with whom Fry enjoyed a lively relationship and had his correct answer chosen at random, was Anthony Bennett.
If you don’t want to wait to see whether you win the competition, a single ticket costs £25 (10% discount for Greshams members), while a table of 10 is £225. All prices are inclusive of VAT.
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