Date(s) - 09/06/2018
Harrogate Town Football Club
The Adam Tennant Memorial Trophy. A charity event in memory of Adam Tennant who passed away from a Cardiac Arrest on October 20 2007, whilst playing football for Spa Athletic FC in Harrogate. The event is in aid of the British Heart Foundation and Cardiac Arrest in the Young. This is a family event.
The event consists of an open age 6 a side tournament of 10 teams and a veterans 6 a side tournament of 10 teams. The open age Group is sponsored by McDaid Groundworks and the Veterans Trophy sponsored by Harrogate Sports Trophies.
During the day, whilst the football takes place, food and drinks will be available plus a bouncy castle for children. Following the football a raffle will take place. Raffle tickets will be sold throughout the tournament and it’s hoped we will have lots of quality prizes up for grabs.
As soon as the raffle is complete a sports auction will take place. The sports auction will be presented by Harrogate Town FC manager Simon Weaver and one of the current Harrogate Town FC players Items available for auction include:
A season ticket for Harrogate Town FC 2018 -2019 season.
A signed photo and frame by Sir Bobby Robson
3 x Leeds Utd signed shirts from various recent seasons.
A signed Manchester Utd FC football from 2017 – 2018 season.
A signed Sunderland FC football from last season.
A voucher for a signed Sheffield Wednesday FC Shirt.
A signed Hull City FC shirt.
A signed Hull FC Rugby shirt.
A signed Allan ‘sniffer Clarke’ football from the 1970’s.
A signed shirt by Premier League referee Jon Moss.
A signed York City FC football.
A signed Harrogate Town FC shirt.
A signed ‘Walnut Dash’ vinyl album by Tony Wright, AKA singer with rock band Terrorvision.
Middlesbrough FC have also promised to send a signed item (s).
Following the sports auction at least one band will be playing an acoustic set, Currently Leeds band ‘As If’ will be playing classic songs for charity donations.
Please feel free to share, invite all your friends and family to this event. Admission is free of charge.