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STARS TEE OFF FOR STROKE



Stars from the world of sport and television will be teeing off on 15 May in the e-xentric charity golf tournament.

The celebrities will be making money for The Stroke Association at The RAC Country Club at the sixth annual e-xentric Golf Day.

Football players, pundits and soap stars are among those who will be showing off their swing. Barry Hearn, Andy Gray, Steve Davis, Gareth Hunt, Dickie Davies and Julian Dicks are among celebrities who have given up their tim to help raise vital funds for The Stroke Association. Comedians Brendan Healy and Mike Melia will provide the after dinner entertainment.

Ian McAllister, Managing Director of e-xentric UK said "We are delighted to have so many famous faces joining us for what promises to be a very enjoyable day out on the cousre. We hope to raise more money than ever before for The Stroke Association."

 

 
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