PracticeAccounting FirmsGrant Thornton beat Kroll to fooball crown

Grant Thornton beat Kroll to fooball crown

Some 23 brave accountancy teams this week ventured out under adverse weather conditions to battle for the Inaugural Accountancy Age Fives title held a stones throw from Wembley Stadium.

Unlike the players, spirits were not dampened and by the afternoon, mid-tier firm Grant Thornton had defeated insolvency specialists Kroll Buchler Phillips in the Cup final 2-0.

Meanwhile, Monohans held off a plucky Baker Tilly A team 3-2 in the shield. Top goal scorer was George Woodward from Grant Thornton with 14 goals, and player of the tournament went to French Duncan’s Kevin McKendry, which made his long trip back to Glasgow a little easier.

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