Guest UKSE7ENS Posted May 12, 2009 Report Share Posted May 12, 2009 We would like to invite all clubs to come and compete in the UK7's national 7 a side Championships on the 20th and 21st June 2009 in Newquay. This year we are working with Everyman in order to help raise awareness and money for their "Keep your eye on the ball" campaign. This campaign aims to increase the profile of testicular cancer. We will also be raising money and working alongside The precious lives appeal southwest. The tournament is open to both men and Ladies teams, and will see all teams playing in a world cups style competition, with 2 cups for both men and the ladies. We are also inviting girls and boys youth teams to come and play in a round robin style tournament on the Saturday. These age related mini tournaments will be run according to interest from teams. All proceeds from the youth tournaments will go directly to the precious lives appeal. There will be a festival village over the course of the weekend for spectators and players to browse, and also the opportunity for all to join us for an all you can eat BBQ on the Saturday evening at Lusty glaze beach. We have teams traveling from all over the UK to compete and it would be great to get local sides involved too. We are offering Cornwall Football Forum readers and members a team entrance price of £60 per team, with a percentage of the entrance fee being donated to the Everyman appeal. Squad sizes are unlimited, so the larger your squad the cheaper the cost will be on a per person basis. However we ask for only 10 players per game to be played, ie 3 subs per game. Youth teams that wish to enter are simply asked to donate £15 per team, all of which goes directly to the precious lives appeal. If players and spectators wish to come to the all you can eat BBQ the cost is an extra £8 per person for a wrist band, which will also get you into our partner clubs and pubs in Newquay on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday for free. If anybody would require any further information please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or ring Tony on 07779584177. Many Thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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