The Accountancy Age Fives will bring together teams from right across the profession and from around the country.
Matches will last approximately ten minutes and each team can expect a minimum of five matches during the day.
The morning session will consist of a group stage with the top teams qualifying for the afternoon’s ‘elite’ Cup competition. The other teams will still have the chance of some silverware in the Plate competition.
The tournament’s winner will also get the chance to play in a grand unifying Top Corner Fives Final to be held in the autumn against other top teams.
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The tournament takes place in Wembley, London on 26 May 2002. The £295 (plus VAT) entry fee per team covers a squad of ten and includes lunch.
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