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Win A Chance To Transform Your Club's Pitch

Pitch to Win

Published at 9:13am 21st November 2014.

If your penalty area is more marsh than pitch or your try line looks like a bomb site then you could be in with a chance to win up to £4,000 to change all of that.

Briggs and Stratton are looking to save the worst football, rugby or cricket pitch in the country as part of their Pitch to Win competition.

Ian Small, UK sales and marketing manager at Briggs & Stratton, commented: "Pitch to Win proved to be incredibly successful last time around and we helped a fantastic team who really were at the heart of their local community."

"But football clubs aren't the only ones that struggle so this year we wanted to involve more sports."

To enter simply visit www.pitchtowin.org.uk complete the entry form and submit some photos.

Teams have until 31 March 2015 to enter.

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