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Going to Blackpool? Win £250!


Filed: Monday, 10th January 2011
By: Staff Writer


West Ham United supporters travelling to Blackpool for the away game on February 1st stand a chance of winning £250...

Blackpool FC are looking for a brave Hammers' fan to take on a Blackpool supporter in the half-time 'Wonga Cash Dash', when the teams meet at Bloomfield Road next month.

The Cash Dash is a race in two giant 'zorb balls' (see below) across the Bloomfield turf, between one home and one away supporter.


The winner will be the fan who crosses the finishing line first, and will earn themselves £250. There will also a £250 donation made to Blackpool’s Trinity Hospice.

So if you fancy representing West Ham, register your details at www.wonga.com/blackpool. If you're the lucky one to be selected, please let us know!





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