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Points mean prizes for lucky readers

TWO lucky readers have converted points into prizes as the winners of the first part of our Fleet News ATS Euromaster Rugby Challenge.

Paul Rosewell, finance director for Westlea Housing Association, in Chippenham, Worcs, took first place in the game with his team Glos Rugs.

He joins second place Neil Burton, a car fleet insurance manager from Lancashire, and team 'owner' of Neil's City Warrior, in winning a pair of tickets each to the millennium stadium to watch Wales v France in the Six Nations 2002 tournament as part of a luxury weekend.

Four runners-up each receive a case of beer and a Six Nations T-shirt of their choice.

They are Old Kakonians — Grant Sturridge, service co-ordinator for Hako Machines, in Crick, Northants; Whitehead's Winners — Gareth Whitehead, business sales manager, Kingsley Volvo Reading; Fluffy's Fluffies — Andrew Baxter, financial controller, Sokkia, Crewe; and Bob's Bruisers — Robert Clarke, director, Lodge Tyre Company, Birmingham.

And there are still plenty of prizes to win. The game continues as normal, so keep checking the link on www.automotive. co.uk or www.atseuromasterrugby.co.uk to see how your team is doing.

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