YOUR CHANCE TO WIN FOUR CHARLTON v BURNLEY TICKETS
BURNLEY did the double over Charlton last season and have again started the campaign well, so Charlton’s meeting with the Clarets this month takes on extra significance. The match will also see a reunion for Charlton top scorer Andy Gray, who netted twice when the sides last met at The Valley. It’s an important game for Charlton amid a run of three home matches in the space of 12 days and manager Alan Pardew will be keen to get one over on one of Charlton’s potential promotion rivals. Two readers can win four tickets each to watch the home fixture on Saturday, October 25 (3pm) thanks to our latest exclusive competition. Tickets for the match are priced from £15 adults, £15 over-60s and under-21s, and £10 under-18s. Seats are on general sale, and are available in person from the Valley commercial centre, the Valley Superstore or the Bexleyheath retail outlet, online at www.cafc.co.uk or via the hotline on 0871 226 1905. For your chance to win a set of four tickets to see the game completely free of charge, simply answer the following question: NAME THE STRIKER WHO
SCORED TWICE WHEN CHARLTON AND BURNLEY LAST MET AT THE VALLEY? Send your answer, along with your name, address and daytime telephone number to Charlton v Burnley ticket competition, KM Sports Desk, Medway House, Ginsbury Close, Sir Thomas Longley Road, Medway City Estate, Strood, ME2 4DU. Alternatively email your answer to sportcompetition@ thekmgroup.co.uk The closing date for the competition is Tuesday, October 21. 1. This competition is not open to employees (and immediate families) of the Kent Messenger Group or any other company associated with it. 2. Entries which are altered, illegible or not in accordance with the rules will be disqualified. 3. Responsibility cannot be accepted for entries lost or damaged. Proof of posting cannot be accepted as proof of delivery. 4. The decision of the judges, as appointed by the Kent Messenger Group, is final. 5. Only one entry per person. 6 There is no cash alternative to the prize.