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Broadmeadow Magic Fundraising Lunch

May 4th, 2016

PlayStation ® 4 National Premier League Northern NSW club, Broadmeadow Magic, are launching their 2016 fundraising event at the Duke Hotel New Lambton on Friday May 13.

This fundraising event is for the club to raise enough money so that they are able to floodlight the outer ground at Magic Park, with the objective to develop the ground into a National Premier League Youth Development base.

Guests on the day will include Mel McLaughlin, leading sport presenter for the Seven Network has previously worked for FOX Sports; Mark Bosnich renowned former Australian goalkeeper, who also played in England for Premier League clubs Aston Villa, Manchester United and Chelsea; as well as Mitchell Hughes who is the head sports reporter and presenter with NBN News in Newcastle.

The lunch will be from 12pm and will include a two (2) course meal with a three (3) hour open bar.

As there are only a limited numbers, be sure to book your seat or group table early!

 

Date: Friday 13th May

Time: 12pm-3pm

Cost: $120

 

For more information and to book (a table of 8) please contact Nick Razmovski on:

Email: creditmanager@bigpond.com

Phone: 0407 360 006

 

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