Hacks Vs Flaks Announces Teams and Sponsors

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PRs and journalists will slug it out on Sunday (8 April) in the 12th Hacks vs Flaks Easter Sports Day

Hacks vs Flaks is back! Two netball matches and a football match will determine bragging rights for another year.

This event has passed. Read more here.

Cardiac Risk in the Young – a charity which works to prevent sudden cardiac deaths in the young – has received generous contributions from lead sponsors Nationwide and Uber, as well as co-sponsors EY, Direct Line, FTI Consulting, Sharpener Communications, VisMedia, Telford, Purplebricks, Galliard and Rokstone.

Organisers will unveil the fundraising total after the event on Sunday – and expect a record haul.

The annual ‘ding dong’ starts at midday at Club des Sports in London, followed by a reception at 2pm by Cardiac Risk in the Young ambassadors.

“Hacks vs Flaks is open to all, come and cheer or jeer the players – depending on where you sit! It is a great day of networking, and offers a fascinating insight into how Cardiac Risk in the Young is working to reduce cardiac attacks in the young,” said FTI Consulting’s Ed Berry.

The teams are as follows:

Football teams

  • Nick Clark, The Stage (Captain)
  • Lee Boyce, Mail Online
  • Callum Brodie, Freelance
  • Jason Deans, Guardian
  • Henry Deeds, Daily Mail
  • Dan Hyde, Daily Mail
  • Mark Kleinman, Sky News
  • John McDermott, Economist
  • Sam Meadows, Telegraph
  • Stephen Morris, Bloomberg
  • Richard Partington, Guardian
  • Matthew Pettipher, Financial Times
  • Jamie Ricketts, FTI Consulting (Captain)
  • Tom Bermingham, Brands2Life
  • Kobby Adarkwa, Tulchan
  • Calum Macdougall, MHP Communications
  • Ollie Edwards, Brands2Life
  • Eden Black, Nationwide
  • Tom Pavey-Smith, Lansons
  • Carl Philip Brandgard, Herbert Smith Freshfields
  • Adam Davidson, FTI Consulting
  • Loven Jay, Uber
  • Enoch Kwoffie, Uber
  • Ben Mascall, 10 Downing Street
  • Tom Lewis, Finsbury
  • Tom Portingale, Nationwide
  • Tom Steiner, Pearson

Netball teams

  • Anna White, Freelancer
  • Emma Dow, Telegraph
  • Jodie McEwan, The Times
  • Fran Carson, Fitch Ratings
  • Esther Shaw, Freelancer
  • Alice Heppell, Telegraph Magazine
  • Rebecca Hampson, Freelancer
  • Claire Ellicott, Daily Mail
  • Ros Snowdon, Yorkshire Post
  • Holly Jones, BBC
  • Maria Kolesnikova, Bloomberg
  • Jessie Hewitson, The Times
  • Sorrelle Harper, Sharpener Communications
  • Harriet Scott, Redwood Consulting
  • Isabel Stoddart, Redwood Consulting
  • Aceil Haddad, Foundation PR
  • Emma Horton, Foundation PR
  • Laura Taylor, Instinctif
  • Kaylene Oliviera, Instinctif
  • Emma Goodwin, Luchford
  • Jennifer Ball, Luchford
  • Caroline O’Grady, Luchford
  • Alice Rands, Red Consultancy
  • Vicki Conybeer, EY
  • Clare Duffy, EY
  • Nathalie Taman, Finsbury
  • Victoria Sing, Uber
  • Jessica Phillips, Uber
  • Tahlie Cooper, Good Relations
  • Jill Elliot, Good Relations
  • Laura Winch, Good Relations
  • Kerry Sclater, Good Relations
  • Marisa Chodakowsk, Good Relations
  • Lisa Jarrett-Kerr, Tulchan
  • Isabel Batchelor, Finsbury
  • Lucy Noakes, Finsbury
  • Emma Walsh, Brunswick
  • Sophia Martin-Pavlou, Tulchan

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