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Chance to be a Cup final mascot

Published 18/02/2009

Calling all young Newry City and Portadown fans! Would you like to lead out your favourite team in this season’s Co-operative Insurance Cup Final?

The Belfast Telegraph has teamed up with The Co-operative Insurance — sponsor of The Co-operative Insurance Cup and The Co-operative Insurance Football Development Centres — to offer one lucky Newry City and Portadown supporter (under 14) the chance to lead out their favourite team at The Co-operative Insurance Cup Final on Saturday 28 February at Mourneview Park (kick-off 2.30pm).

After their semi-final wins Newry City and Portadown are now only one step away from Co-operative Insurance Cup glory — and YOU could be their official Co-operative Insurance Cup mascot!

To be in with the chance of winning this superb prize, courtesy of Belfast Telegraph and The Co-operative Insurance, all you have to do is answer this simple question: Who are the two competing clubs in this season’s Co-operative Insurance Cup Final?

As well as leading out your favourite team in The Co-operative Insurance Cup Final, the lucky winners will also receive a pair of match tickets for themselves and an accompanying parent or guardian — AND get their hands on an exclusive Co-operative Insurance Cup mascot kit.

Please send your answer, containing your name and address and a day time contact number to:

Entries to be received by Monday February 23.

Belfast Telegraph

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