A FUN FILLED DAY FOR A GREAT CAUSE
If you were unable to make The Phantom of the Opera vs Les Miserables football match at Bromley FC on Sunday, let us fill you in…
The match at Bromley Football Club kicked off at 3pm on Sunday 11 August with high levels of energy and bursting enthusiasm. Phantom led the way and was first to score thanks to Ryan O’Gorman. Les Mis soon caught up with a goal from Chris Key. Both goals were scored during the first half of the match. Unfortunately, Phantom had a goal disallowed early in the game which ended the game with a draw!
PHANTOM 1- 1 LES MIS
The full time score was 1-1 and the game was taken to penalties.
The penalty takers were:
1. Danny Jones
2. Jonny Purchase
3. Niall Sheehy
4. Lee Dillon-Stuart
5. Bob Taylor
1. Sam Hiller
2. Simon Shorten
3. Richard Shelmardine: Missed
4. Francis Benali
5. Nadeem Naaman
Les Mis took the winning title 5-4 on penalties! Congratulations!
It was a full day of family fun and entertainment. We were also joined by McFly’s Tom Fletcher and sister and west end star Carrie Fletcher who performed for us.
The match was a fundraiser for Great Ormond Street Hospital ‘Theatre for Theatres’, a charity campaign which is close to the hearts of many of the cast and crew and which provides invaluable support to so many children and their families. The teams are also playing as a mark of support for Melanie Oakley-Dow, Head of Wigs at “LES MISÉRABLES”, in her brave fight against cancer.
Thanks to your generous support, we managed to raise over £16,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity!
About Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity
Great Ormond Street Hospital was founded by Dr Charles West, who was driven by the shockingly high level of infant mortality in the capital. It was the first hospital in the UK dedicated solely to the treatment of children. Then known as The Hospital for Sick Children, the hospital opened its doors at 49 Great Ormond Street on Valentine’s Day 1852 with 10 beds. It has since become one of the world’s leading children’s hospitals, housing the widest range of specialists under one roof.