Accountancy Age is offering one lucky reader the chance to win two tickets to
the most important event in this summer’s sporting calendar – the final Ashes
test at the Oval.
The tickets for the sold-out match , courtesy of Surrey County Cricket Club, are
for play on Thursday 8 September.
All we want in return are your suggestions for who should win this year’s
Outstanding Achievement Award, sponsored by Allied Irish Bank, in the
Accountancy Age Awards.
For a chance to win this fantastic prize, scroll down the page and click on on
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Make your nomination now – we’ll be drawing names out of the hat on Monday 5
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