It’s coming HOLM(field)

It may not have come home for England, but the winners of the ASCG annual football tournament, ABCDE FC, brought it to HOLMfield.

Last Friday saw teams from across our UK sites meet at the North Bridge Leisure Centre in Halifax for our annual football tournament. After battling against nine teams, ABCDE FC emerged triumphant, each taking home a trophy.

Special mentions also go to:

  • Runners up – Moves Like Agger from Bradford
  • Best goalkeeper – Richard Wood from the HR Team in Bradford
  • Best player – Paolo Ferrier from the IT Team in Bradford
  • Dirtiest player – Adam Gray from Operations in Holmfield

A huge thanks once again to everyone who took part and helped to make it such an enjoyable day.

Hope to see you all there again next year!

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