Challenge winners to hear leather on willow at Lords

What do Unijet Travel, The Virgin Cosmetics Company, Guinness and Crayola have in common? They all harbour Marketing Week-reading sports fanatics who have won tickets to the 1999 Cricket World Cup.

Sponsorship specialists SRI Prime Consulting issued a “What’s your game?” crossword challenge to MW readers in April. Four winners will now enjoy the sound of leather on willow next month.

Off to Lords and The Oval are Unijet Travel short haul general manger John Riley; Virgin Cosmetics head of communications Gordon Lee; Guinness worldwide marketing development manager Stephen Day; and Crayola marketing manager Grant Timms.

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