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Win a VIP day out and see Spurs play at White Hart Lane

PUBLISHED: 10:44 12 August 2008 | UPDATED: 15:17 07 September 2010

With excitement mounting for the start of the new Premiership season, we are offering Spurs fans the chance to win a pair of executive box tickets to a forthcoming match. The winner of this super prize will be a guest of the Ham&High at White Hart Lane to

With excitement mounting for the start of the new Premiership season, we are offering Spurs fans the chance to win a pair of executive box tickets to a forthcoming match.

The winner of this super prize will be a guest of the Ham&High at White Hart Lane to watch Spurs from the comfort of the hospitality suite. Drinks and lunch will be served before the game and the winner and a guest will then take their seats to see the new-look Tottenham in action.

All you have to do is answer the three questions we are asking this week, all related to Tottenham victories in cup competitions.

The first question appeared yesterday and the final one will appear here tomorrow.

Today's question is:

Who scored the penalty by which Tottenham beat Queens Park Rangers in the replayed 1982 FA Cup Final?

Remember, you should not enter until you know the answers to all three questions.

You can enter by emailing your three answers to letters@hamhigh.co.uk entitling your email 'Spurs competition' or sending your answers on a postcard to Spurs Competition, Ham&High, 100a Avenue Road, Hampstead NW3 3HF. Remember to include your address and daytime contact details. The winner will be selected at random from the list of all-correct entries.

If you missed yesterday's opening question, you can also enter by purchasing this Thursday's Ham&High main edition, or Ham&High Broadway edition, in which all three questions will appear.

Closing date for entries is August 21 and if you are the lucky winner we will contact you to make arrangements for your executive day out at Tottenham. You must be able to make your own travel arrangements. The winner of the prize must be over 18 years of age although the winner's guest can be a child aged 12 or over.


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