Player Awards Evening Tickets on Sale at Doncaster Game
Friday, 16th Apr 2010 11:29
Tickets to Town’s Player Awards Evening are on sale at Saturday’s home game against Doncaster. The annual event, organised by the Supporters Club, will take place at the Greshams Sports and Social Club in Tuddenham Road on Sunday 2nd May from 6pm until 11pm.
The evening offers an opportunity to meet the first team squad and see presentations made to the Player of the Year, the season’s debutants and the Academy Player of the Year.
Tickets, which cost £15 and include a buffet, are available from Supporters Club chair Elizabeth Edwards in Legends Bar after the game in the Supporters Club area.
Alternatively, you can get tickets by writing to Fiona Warnock, 30 Coleness Road, Ipswich, IP3 0SD (please enclose a cheque payable to Ipswich Town Football Club Supporters Account and a SAE).
For more information ring Elizabeth Edwards on 07968 876504 or email email@example.com. The dress code for the evening is smart casual.
Voting for the Player of the Year award will take place around the stadium at the Sheffield United game on May 2nd and online at www.itfcsupporters.co.uk.
The Supporters Club are also looking for volunteers to count votes, collect tickets, sell raffle tickets and set up the room. If you’re interested in helping out, contact Elizabeth Edwards via the email address or phone number above.
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