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Inter-Society Charity Pool Challenge
Date: Saturday 5th September 2015
Time: at 07:00 pm
Venue: Sportsman Bar, 10/22 trendy, Sukhumvit soi 13, Bangkok, Thailand
The St. Patrick’s Society are please to invite you and your members to the inaugural “Inter-Society Charity Pool Challenge” tournament and party on the evening of Saturday September 5th at The Sportsman Bar & Restaurant Bangkok.
Free buffet, drinks promotions and trophies kindly provided by The Sportsman with special guest appearance from snooker legend Jimmy “The Whirlwind” White.
This is a team event with one team per Society. Game format will be a mix of singles, doubles, 9-Ball and 8-Ball during the evening. Tournament rules and game format are available at registration.
This first charity pool event is to support Bangkok resident Scott Kingsley’s target to raise GBP 20,000 for the Anthony Nolan charity. His efforts are in memory of Nathan Hancock, a childhood friend who sadly lost his battle with Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. The Anthony Nolan charity is a pioneering charity that saves the lives of people with blood cancer. Every day, they use their register to match remarkable donors willing to donate their blood stem cells to people who desperately need lifesaving transplants www.anthonynolan.org[Registered charity number in England and Wales 803716, Scotland SC038827]. For further details on Scott’s work: Scott Kingsley – Just Giving
Snooker legend Jimmy White, renowned for his charitable exploits, once again comes to the table to offer his support to a worthwhile cause and will be in attendance to hand trophies to the winners and entertain us with trick shots.
Parking available and no premiership football that weekend!
If society team captain’s could please register your team of up to 10 players by emailing Robert Dagger (St. Patrick’s Team Captain)
Email: [email protected]
Team registration fee THB 5,000 collectible on the night will give your team free pool, free buffet, drinks at promotional prices all night long and every team wins a prize! All proceeds go to the Anthony Nolan charity.