Win Tickets to Dean Saunders Sporting Dinner
Tuesday, 3rd Oct 2017 11:18
TWTD readers have the chance to win four pairs of tickets to a sporting dinner featuring much-travelled former Wales international striker and manager Dean Saunders at Greshams in Tuddenham Road on Thursday 12th October (7pm).
In addition to Saunders speaking about his career, the evening includes a two-course meal, a comedian, a guest and an auction.
To win one of the pairs of tickets, tell us in an email sent to firstname.lastname@example.org arriving before midnight on Thursday which team managed by Saunders Town beat 3-2 away on the final day of the 2011/12 season. The winners will be selected at random from the correct answers.
If you don’t want to wait to see whether you win the competition, a single ticket costs £30, while a table of 10 is £250. To reserve or purchase tickets, call 01473 250816.
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