It’s bank holiday, we’ve had an incredible summer of international hockey and it’s nearly the start of the new season. So, what better than a little competition to celebrate a great sporting summer of successes and learning curves that will no doubt help build a fantastic season ahead? Exactly, that’s what we thought.
We’ve teamed up with Turf & Whistle to offer one lucky person to win a brand new keyring to add a little style to your keys – and you’ll definitely be able to find them in your hockey bag with this on them!
We’re super excited as Turf & Whistle are a fresh and exciting sporting accessory brand that has woven in the hockey ethos into all their products. Honestly, they’re awesome! And if you’re ever stuck for a thank you present or just something a bit different for you, then make sure you hit them up. They’ve got a range of keyrings, umpire bands, bracelets and even tags to pop on your trainers, how cool is that? I know that I would definitely appreciate someone thinking outside the box if they’re wanting to get me a little stocking filler (ahem, this is being shown to the parents!).
Want to see the full range? Head on over to Turf & Whistle’s website here.
All you have to do to enter is retweet the below Tweet and you’re in! Winner will be chosen at random at 7pm on Tuesday, August 29 2017.
Full terms below, just in case you wanted to read through the nitty gritty.
Scoop Hockey Twitter prize draw competitions are open only to residents of Great Britain aged 16 and over as at the time of the competition opening. Failure to comply with any part of this clause will disqualify the respective entry from the competition.
All entries must be received by 6pm on Tuesday 29th of August, 2017 (UK time).
Only one entry per person per prize draw competition will be accepted.
Each entrant shall enter the prize draw via Twitter only, in the way of retweeting the above Tweet promoted by Scoop Hockey. Obscene or inappropriate entries will not be accepted and Scoop Hockey reserve the right to reject any entries for any reason at its sole discretion.
The winner will be selected at random by an independent 3rd party and announced on Tuesday 29th of August at 7pm (UK time) on the same day.
The winning prize is a Turf & Whistle personalised keyring worth £12 sent to the winner by Turf & Whistle.
The promoter will not be liable for any failure of receipt of entries. The promoter takes no responsibility for any entries which are lost, delayed, illegible, corrupted, damaged, incomplete or otherwise invalid.
To the extent permitted by applicable law, the promoter’s liability under or in connection with the prize draw competition or these terms and conditions shall be limited to the value of the prize in question.
To the extent permitted by applicable law, the promoter shall not be liable under or in connection with these terms and conditions, the prize draw competition or any prize for any indirect, special or consequential cost, expense, loss or damage suffered by a participant even if such cost, expense, loss or damage was reasonably foreseeable or might reasonably have been contemplated by the participant and the promoter and whether arising from breach of contract, tort, negligence, breach of statutory duty or otherwise.
Prizes are non-negotiable, non-transferable and non-refundable. No cash alternative is available. Where a prize becomes unavailable for any reason, the promoter reserves the right to substitute that prize for a prize of equal or higher value.
In the event of unforeseen circumstances beyond the promoter’s reasonable control, the promoter reserves the right to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the prize draw competition or these terms and conditions, either in whole or in part, with or without notice.
The promoter’s decision is final. No correspondence will be entered into.
The winner’s twitter username will be posted on the @scoophockey after the winner has been selected.
Copyright in all entries shall be owned by the promoter and not endorsed by Twitter itself.
These terms and conditions and the competition prize draw are governed by English law and subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.