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Latics DVD Up For Grabs In Our Easy To Enter Comp


Win with Vital Latics

There is a copy of the Wigan Athletic DVD 10 of The Best up for grabs in an easy to enter competition, the DVD commemorates 10 years at the JJB/DW Stadium and gives fans the chance to relive highlights of classic encounters spanning the previous ten years, including the seven goal thriller in which local rivals Manchester City were dismissed 4-3, the 5-3 mauling of Blackburn early in Steve Bruce's Wigan career, and eight other memorable clashes to be treasured as classics of a generation.

Some fantastic goals and some fantastic memories, the DVD is region free so our overseas members can also enter to win this great prize.



So what do you need to do to win?

First of all you must be a member, so if you`re not, why not? Easily rectified though, just join here, next just answer the following question.

Who scored the first goal in a competitive match for Wigan Athletic at the JJB?

A - Les Bradd
B - Simon Haworth
C - Henri Camara
D - Nathan Ellington
E - Andy Liddell

Put your answer, along with your Vital username, your real name and address (for posting the prize if you win) to wigan@vitalfootball.co.uk and mark your email 10 of the best.

Closing date 5pm Tuesday 1st March 2011

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Date:Thursday February 24 2011

Time: 11:43AM

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