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Do you want to write for the stars?

In order to enter this competition we want you to get out and watch the game.

Anyone can watch the TV and write a report but we want you to be there to soak up the atmosphere and tell us all about it.

Don't forget to:

  • Make you report original and fun to read
  • Keep it to 200 words maximum
  • Try and send us photos

    Email your reports to us using the form below or send them to the address on the right.

    If you send photos, a parent or guardian needs to sign the back of them to give us permission to use them on the web.

    If you email them, make sure a phone number is included so we can check your parent/guardian is happy for us to publish them.

    If there's anything you're not sure about, you can also email us at the same address to ask us any questions you may have and we will try to answer them.

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