Contractors Play Charity Football Match 2009: Contractors Italian

Contractors play charity football match

CONTRACTORS did an Italian job beating a rival team of foreign workers in a charity football match.
Former picketing workers who halted a £300-million construction project at Total Lindsey Oil Refinery, South Killingholme challenged a team of Italian workers on the football pitch. Players together after the game The biggest victory went to The Pink Rose Appeal for breast cancer care at Grimsby’s hospital, which will benefit to the tune of £1,200 raised from the event. The contractors broke off from the building project by Jacobs Engineering to strike the blow for charity. Jacobs quality engineer, Sean Hudson said: “If us and the Germans can shake hands after a football game in The First World War, why not us and the Italians here”
He said: “It has been a good idea to build bridges.”

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