On the ball for Mayor's charity football tournament
Last Modified April 11, 2017
Teams battled it out on the football pitch in aid of the Mayor's charities last week (Friday 7 April), raising more than £750 for the local worthy causes in Hertsmere.
The Mayor's Charity Football Tournament was held at Arsenal's Training Ground in London Colney. Eight teams took part including officers from Hertsmere Borough Council and staff from Barclays Bank.
Each team donated an entry fee to take part in the tournament and a shirt and football signed by all the Arsenal players were raffled after the matches.
Mayor of Hertsmere, Councillor Pete Rutledge said: "It was a great evening, and all the players and spectators seemed to enjoy themselves too. Congratulations goes out to the winning team, and thank you to all who donated to my fundraising."
The finishing positions were:
1. CPB Social Club
2. Hertsmere Leisure Old Boys
3. Barclays Bandits
4. Mango Pharmacy
5. Barclays Eagles
6. Worlds End
7. Herts Police
8. Enfield Gooners
Photo attached- Mayor of Hertsmere Councillor Pete Rutledge with winning team CPB Social Club.
Posted on Tuesday 11th April 2017