Jim Carroll

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Competition: win tickets to The Back Page

Your chance to attend the new talking-about-sports festival in Dublin this weekend for free

Tue, Mar 25, 2014, 12:54

   

The Back Page is a new talking about sports festival which takes place at the Twisted Pepper Dublin this weekend from Thursday to Saturday. It features all kinds of sports people talking about all kinds of sports, from swimmers, athletes and football managers to snooker champs, rugby players and those who write about and talk about all of the above including Brian Kerr, Ken Doherty, Fiona Coghlan, Vincent Hogan, Steve Redmond and many, many more. You’ll find a full day by day programme here.

We have FIVE double-passes to give away for various talks during the festival

To win, simply email jimcarrollATirishtimesDOTcom (replacing at with @ and dot with .) before noon on Wednesday with “The Back Page competition” in the subject line and outlining which talk you’d like to go to in the body of the mail. I’ll select the winners of the tickets at random and notify them by email on Wednesday afternoon (ie if you don’t get an email tomorrow, you haven’t won any).

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