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National football tournament comes to Blackheath five-a-side centre
5:00pm Saturday 31st August 2013 in News
A FIVE-A-SIDE tournament is being held in Blackheath to raise money and awareness for Prostate Cancer UK.
The tournament at Goals, Cakemore Road is part of the Talksport Radio organised Men United Cup which is being backed by Alan Brazil and Johnny Vaughan.
The Dudley heat is being held on Sunday, September 29 from 7pm and the winners will then progress to the national finals in London where celebrities will be waiting.
Goals centre manager Gareth Cheadle, said: “This is a great chance for one lucky team to win a prize that money can’t buy.”
He added: “The Men United Cup will be a lot of fun, but with a serious message at the heart of it. It’s about bringing men together to promote awareness of prostate cancer and we hope to see as many teams taking part as possible to raise money for such a worthy cause”.
Prostate Cancer UK’s Mark Bishop, said: “With one man dying every hour from prostate cancer in the UK, we all have to raise our game. It’s urgent that we are heard loud and clear so blokes wise up to the risk.”
Entry is £40 per team, with all players receiving a complimentary Men United gift., for more information phone Goals on 0121 561 3000 or visit www.goalsfootball.co.uk.
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