Girls vs Boys #CORNetball took place on 10 August, in aid of the Oliver Fisher Children’s Trust Charity.
It was a great success, with a great turnout from clients, whilst several members and staff from COR took part.
Andrew Pack (Instructing Solicitor at Brighton & Hove City Council) is an award winning legal blogger, who blogs regularly at Suespiciousminds, (and has just published a book), captained the boys’ team.
A fantastic night was had by all, with thanks to Eleanor Battie and Stuart Taylor for getting everyone involved. Members that also played in the match were; Clare Ciborowska, Michael Walker, Kate Richmond, Charlotte Morrish, Jacqui Roach (and her daughter Abi) Adam Smith, Daniel Miller, David Lewis-Hall, and Raff (COR Clerk).
The girls won the game, but the Charity were also winners, with lots of money being raised (around £400)
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There were a few netball skirts on display, not just worn by the girls’ team, and social media has been ablaze with the Charity, participants and spectators tweeting about the game.