Squads announced for Hacks vs Flaks Spring Sports Day

The squads for this Sunday’s (10 April) annual football and netball showdown between PRs and journalists have been announced.

Sunday sees the Bank of England Sports Centre in Roehampton open its doors to more than 60 sporting hopefuls as the Flaks look to avenge the “dispiriting white wash of last year”.

The charity event, now in its eleventh year, will raise more than £10,000 for homelessness charity St Mungo’s.

Edward Berry, Managing Director, Strategic Communications, FTI Consulting, said:For anyone interested in coming down to enjoy what is always a great afternoon out, things get underway on the football pitch at midday and the netball matches start at 12.30pm.”

Berry and the Hacks vs Flaks committee have expressed their thanks to lead sponsors Amazon and Lexis Nexis Risk Solutions and EY, KPMG, FTI Consulting, Rostrum, Galliard and Vismedia for their continued support of the event.

A reception and presentation ceremony will follow in the clubhouse from 2.15pm onwards.

If you would like to donate to St Mungo’s, please click here.

The squad’s for Sunday’s event are as follows:

Football Squads


Nick Clark, The Independent/ i
Mark Kleinman, Sky News
Alex Ralph, The Times
Josh Halliday, the Guardian
Matthew Pettipher, Financial Times
Ed Curwen, BBC
Marcus Leroux, The Times
Richard Partington, Bloomberg
Thomas Hale, Financial Times
John Crowley, International Business Times
Stephen Morris, Bloomberg
Tony Halliday, The Sun
Dan Hyde, Daily Mail
Callum Brodie, Money Saving Expert


Mark Houlding, Rostrum
Dean Curtis, LexisNexis Risk Solutions
Jamie Ricketts, MHP
Simon Thiel, Milltown Partners
Calum Macdougall, Lansons
Alex Dzedzian, Lloyd’s of London
Rob Allen, Finsbury
James Styles, FTI Consulting
Sam Johnson, BlueRubicon
Martin Robinson, Tulchan
Craig Terrington, Fidelity
Carl-Philip Brandgard, Freshfields
David Quainton, EE
Sam Kane, BlueRubicon
Tom Steiner, Pearson

Netball Squads


Anna White, The Telegraph
Rachel Stewart, The Telegraph
Charlotte Braug, The Telegraph
Eleanor Doughty, Freelancer
Victoria Monk, The Telegraph
Ashley Armstrong, The Telegraph
Rebecca Clancy, The Times
Caroline Finucane, NHS
Lauren York, Daily Mail
Emma Craig, Daily Mail
Jo Forster, Femail
Madlen Davies, MailOnline
Larisa Brown, Daily Mail
Sanchez Manning, Mail on Sunday
Lynn Davidson, The Sun
Claire Ellicott, Daily Mail
Emine Sinmaz, Daily Mail
Inderdeep Bains, Daily Mail
Claire Duffin, Daily Mail
Danielle Codd, BBC
Fran Infante, ITN


Vicky Conybeer, EY
Sorrelle Cooper, KPMG
Jess Liebmann, KPMG
Bronwyn Huband, KPMG
Margot Cowhig, KPMG
Miriam Boulia, FTI
Alexandra Scott, FTI
Francesca Kilby, Savills
Liz Williams-Bew, Savills
Emily Walden, Savills
Raeesa Chowdhury, Smithfield
Becky Warden-Brown, Four Communications
Alice Lacey, Four Communications
Sophie Church, Lansons
Sarah Penney, Lansons
Emma Walsh, Brunswick
Clarissa Carradine, Finsbury
Sarah Roberts, Finsbury

For any further information please contact Edward Berry at [email protected] or 0203 727 1046.

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