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Want To Win A Canterbury Portsmouth FA Cup Jersey?


Scoop Competition: Want To Win A Canterbury Portsmouth FA Cup Jersey?

Scoop has a brand new Canterbury Portsmouth FA Cup jersey available to the first person who answers the following three questions correctly. The Jersey is identical to those that the Portsmouth team will wear in the FA Cup Final on May 17.


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The Questions Are:

* What team will Portsmouth play for the Football Association Challenge Cup, commonly known as the FA Cup in front of a packed Wembley Stadium, in London?

Canterbury has turned heads in the football world in gaining the sponsorship of a major side in the premiership. The new Canterbury apparel have a number of new innovations that include a unique layering system incorporating Canterbury’s revolutionary IonX BaseLayer product designed to regulate body temperature, ‘grip strips’ on chest and forearms of the goalie gear…

* What is the third innovation that is catching the eye of Portsmouth players?

* Canterbury fits out five international rugby sides including the current World Champion team. What nation currently holds the Rugby World Cup champion title?

  • For answers to these three questions, go to: Canterbury of New Zealand Wins with Portsmouth FC
  • Click here to Email Your Answers.
  • Good Luck!

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