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Win Ashes tickets!

Accountancy Age and Surrey CC have teamed up to offer Ashes tickets, so make your nominations please - and fast

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
the ‘Post your comment’ button under the Readers Comments heading.
So who do you think should win the award and succeed last year’s winner, Sir
David Tweedie?
Make your nomination now – we’ll be drawing names out of the hat on Monday 5
September.

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