The ESPN STAR Sports football broadcasting team
are to visit the Laguna Phuket from 23-25 March to participate in a charity event in support of
Phuketís Life Home Project.
The Life Home project is a shelter for mothers who are HIV positive and their children where they can live safely in a supportive community.
The line up of TV presenters and pundits in the ESPN STAR Sports team coming to Laguna Phuket include Football Crazyís Andy Penders, PJ
Roberts and Sharkee Tan; Football Focusí John Dykes and Andrew Leci of Here We Go will be joined by in-house football experts
ex-Birmingham Cityís Paul Masefield, highly-respected pundit Jamie Reeves, Malaysian ex-footballer and renown sports commentator
Shebby Singh and former Hong Kong Rangers footballer Derek Currie; plus Club EPLís Charlie Webster, co-presenter of the live coverage of
English Premier League matches on STAR Sports.
During their visit Phuket-based English Premier League fans will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with the football presenters,
and simultaneously donate to a worthy cause. On Saturday 24 March, the celebrities will be playing in a charity golf tournament at Laguna Phuket
Golf Club followed by a charity dinner and quiz night at Laguna Holiday Club Resortís @Seventeenth restaurant in support of the Life Home
Golfers will make up a team of four with one of the EPL celebrities, while dinner guests will be seated on tables together with one guest celebrity,
who will no doubt prove a great asset during the after-dinner Football Quiz conducted by host emcee John Dykes.
Golf and Dinner Packages are available to Laguna Phuket Golf Club members at
THB 5,000 per person and THB 6,500 for non-members. The charity
dinner and quiz night will be limited to 100 guests with dinner only tickets inclusive of wine and beer available at
THB 2,500 per person. Entry to
the golf tournament and tickets for the dinner will be sold in advance at the Laguna Phuket Golf Club pro-shop.
The English Premier League television coverage is significant household viewing with more than 276 million viewers tuning into watch the ESPN
and STAR Sportsí coverage of the English Premier League in Asia.
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