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Recently forming a golf foursome to play in a fundraiser to benefit the Wooden Spoon rugby charity were Brooks Financial Planning’s director Adam Brooks, adviser Edward Mortimore, and Cornish Pirates players Rory Parata and AJ Cant.
Brooks Financial Planning, who sponsor the Cornish Pirates, were invited to participate by Cornwall Wooden Spoon in a competition involving some 20 teams. Played at Lanhydrock, each paid a £200 entry fee to compete, with most of the companies and individuals forming teams that included rugby club representatives.
And the outcome? Well, the Brooks-Pirates team commendably ended the day with the best rugby club score, which now qualifies them for the National competition to be held at Henley on the 16th September.
Commenting on their success at Landydrock, Adam Brooks said:
“It was a very enjoyable day, and though I am not sure what handicap Rory and AJ play off, it was their golf that proved decisive.
“Brooks Financial Planning have supported Wooden Spoon for a number of years, and because of our sponsorship association with the Cornish Pirates we invited the club to put forward two players to join both Edward and I in our team.
“Other Cornish rugby clubs and players were present, all keen to support Wooden Spoon, but now, as winners for achieving the best rugby club score, we not only look forward to representing Cornwall at Henley in September but also hope that further funds are raised to benefit to such a fine and worthy charity.”
About Brooks Financial Planning
Based at the Threemilestone Business Park in Truro, Brooks Financial Planning is a family run business offering comprehensive bespoke financial advice to both Private and Corporate clients. For more information, please link to: https://brooksfinancialplanning.co.uk/
About Wooden Spoon
Wooden Spoon is the children’s charity of rugby, which funds life-changing projects that support children and young people with disabilities or living in disadvantage. Since 1983, the charity has funded more than 1,300 projects across the UK and Ireland, totalling over £29 million.
The focus is to help children and young people through projects such as sensory rooms, playground and outdoor activities, health and wellbeing and specialist equipment.
For further information please visit: https://woodenspoon.org.uk/