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Teams confirmed for Gold Challenge!

11 September 2012

The teams have been confirmed for this afternoon's 'Gold Challenge' in support of the National Star College!

The squad will visit local locations this afternoon to take on a new sport and are asking fans to get behind them by sponsoring them to complete their Olympic challenge.

The squad will be split into four teams of five players with one representative from each team taking part in Archery, Fencing, Table Tennis and Shooting. Each team will be competing against each other to raise as much as possible for the National Star College.

Archery

Darren Carter (team one)
Alan Bennett (team two)
Darryl Duffy (team three)
Chris Zebroski (team four)
Keith Lowe (team five)

Shooting

Bagasan Graham (team one)
Billy Jones (team two)
Steve Elliott (team three)
Jermaine McGlashan (team four)
Kaid Mohamed (team five)

Table Tennis

Russ Penn (team one)
Marlon Pack (team two)
Harry Hooman (team three)
Shaun Harrad (team four)
Sam Deering (team five)

Fencing

Jeff Goulding (team one)
Scott Brown (team two)
Joe Hanks (team three)
Danny Andrew (team four)
Sido Jombati (team five)

With support from local sports clubs, team members will be visiting Deer Park Archers, Leisure@ Cheltenham, Ian Coley Shooting Range and Cotswold Fencing Club at National Star College to complete each of their chosen sports. Following some intensive training, each player will then compete against other members to earn points for their Gold Challenge team. 

Cheltenham Town striker Darryl Duffy said, “We are really pleased to be able to support National Star with Gold Challenge. It is great that there is a competitive challenge that the boys can get involved in, particularly at such an inspiration time with London 2012 taking place.

We hope all the fans will get behind the team and sponsor us to raise as much money for this worthwhile cause."

Leanne Sheath, Cheltenham Town Commercial executive also said, “We are really pleased to able to support the National Star College by taking part in this challenge. After the success of the Olympics this year it is great to take inspiration from the games and show our support for such a great cause”.

Cheltenham Town would like to thank Ian Coley Shooting, Deer Park Archers, Leisure@Cheltenham, Cotswold Fencing and the National Star College for helping to make this challenge happen.

To support the Cheltenham Town boys in their Gold Challenge, visit www.virginmoneygiving.com/cheltenhamtown and follow all their progress on twitter @starcoll or @CTFCofficial.

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