Corporate Netball Tournament raises thousands

Bristol Sport Foundation’s annual Corporate Netball Tournament raised just short of £6,000 for the charity as 10 teams fought it out for glory at Clifton College Sports Ground.

Staff from Hargreaves Lansdown, Hanham Health, Veale Wasbrough Vizards (VWV), Ernst & Young, TLT, Bishop Fleming, Ashton Gate Stadium, PKF Francis Clark and Bristol Sport Foundation took to the court.

After a fiercely contested group stage, the final saw Hargreaves Lansdown defeat Hanham Health for the top prize while VWV edged out TLT to finish in third place.

The proceeds from the event will enable disadvantaged young people in Greater Bristol to access Bristol Sport Foundation’s netball hubs and clubs free of charge.

Ben Breeze, Chief Community Officer at Bristol Sport Foundation, said:

“Thank you so much to all the teams who entered Bristol Sport Foundation’s Corporate Netball tournament this year. We raised just under £6,000 that will be used to directly fund places for disadvantaged young people on our netball hubs and clubs. 

“Netball-wise, even though the standard gets better every year, and this year’s competition was better than ever, there were some brilliant moments of humour and friendship which is absolutely what these events are about – fun, physical activity, team building, pizza and a ‘cold drink’ – all whilst raising funds for charity.”

If you would like to know more about our corporate fundraising events, please contact Ben Breeze on 



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