Cardiff Blues and Magners League have teamed up to stage a Crossbar Challenge competition at half time during the game tomorrow (New Year's Eve) to celebrate the climax of 2010. Two lucky entrants will have the chance to win £10,000 in the challenge.
The deadline for the scratch card winners to come forward expired yesterday, however, with neither winning scratch card holder yet to come forward the deadline for claiming the prize has been extended to 5pm tonight (Thursday 30th December).
Meanwhile if no one comes forward, two lucky ticket holders for the game tomorrow have the chance to take part.
To enter all you have to do is email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, postcode, telephone number and the ticket reference for the game (Row and Seat details for your Blues v Ospreys ticket or Cardiff Blues season ticket). Fans attending the game wishing to be in with a chance of taking part are encouraged to send these details in now, as the winners will be confirmed by 10 am tomorrow.
The lucky winners will have their tickets upgraded to Premier Club seats for up to 4 people as well as have the chance to kick to win £10,000.
The chosen winners must not be:
- under 18 years of age
- a current professional, semi professional or ex professional player
- a national or international coach
- able to nominate a replacement kicker
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