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LMA Manager 2003 up for grabs!
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If you can write reports like this then send them in
The standard of reports you are sending in is getting higher and higher.

And because of that we are having to come up with better and better prizes to reward your efforts.

This week we've got two copies of LMA Manager 2003 on PlayStation 2 to giveaway.

So get writing now to be in with a chance of winning this brilliant game that features 720 European club sides and expert analysis from Gary Lineker and Alan Hansen.

Your report can be on any sporting event, be it international, club or school level, but must not be longer than 200 words.

Last week's winners, who each receive a Sport Academy t-shirt, cap and fleece are published below.

But a special mention must also go to Joanne Griffiths, Alex Concannon and Nicholas Heard.

They all just missed out on the main prize, but will be receiving caps for their efforts.


Our first winner this week was Liam Dyson with his report of Barnsley Leaders U-15s basketball match against the Wear Valley Wizards.

He wrote...

Wear Valley with their 6"7' centre, Thomas dominated as the smaller and inexperienced Leaders failed to come to terms with their size and strength.

Despite that, the Leaders came out strong in the second half and captain Dyson with 6"3' forward Wheeler started to dominate at both boards pulling down 10 rebounds each.

This seemed to make Wear Valley lose their concentration.

But again they came out strong in the final quarter and made 20 unanswered points making the game comfortable in the final stages.

Our second winner was Joe Swindley with the brilliant tale of his first hockey session.

Take it away Joe...

So I am at the match, my first ever hockey match and I am left standing in the middle of the goal sweating like a pig because of the padding.

I wait and wait for some action and then out of nowhere there's a ball on the penalty spot.

It can't get much worse, my first match and the first shot at me is a penalty.

Unfortunately we couldn't publish Joe's expression of fear as the penalty was taken and he didn't tell us whether he saved it or not.

If you think you can do better make sure you enter this and every week!

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