Quiz Raises Money For Bradley's Fight

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A quiz night held at Goodison Park raised more than £1,000 for Bradley's fight, the charity supporting Bradley Lowery. 

The fundraiser, organised by the Everton Fans' Forum, saw 22 quiz teams gather at the People's Club Lounge at Goodison Park to battle it out to find the most knowledgeable of Blues. 

A total of £1,316 was raised on the night which included a £10 entry fee for each quiz team. To pay tribute to manager Ronald Koeman, a 'Dutch auction' was also held alongside a raffle to give away signed Everton memorabilia. 

The evening was hosted by Goodison Park stadium announcer, Graeme White with Forum member Bill Carr acting as quiz master. After three rounds, which consisted of Everton, general football and picture related questions, 'Koeman You Blues' emerged victorious, with each winning team member collecting a signed framed picture of an Everton first-team player (pictured above). 

During the interval, supporters were also treated to a Q&A with Club Ambassador Graham Stuart, plus a complimentary bottle of Chang and a pie on arrival.

Forum member Bill Carr said: "It has been a great night and we're delighted that we've been able to raise money for Bradley's fight. When we planned this event we knew that Evertonians wanted to come along and support Bradley.

"Bradley has not only touched the hearts of Evertonians but also the nation. I can't thank fellow Evertonians enough for not only coming out but also digging deep to support a worthy cause"

To find out more information or to donate to Bradley's Fight, click here.

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