Spotted in Ely’s biggest competition in association with Arbuckles and supported by Fencabs concluded yesterday when winners Natalie Terriss and Ellis Taylor visited Carrow Road and witnessed what was one of Norwich City’s best results.
The Canaries faced Reading in the Premiership and duly thrashed them 7-1.
The game started quick and easy for Norwich as they sailed into a 5-0 lead before conceding a goal. The first half ended 6-1 with just one goal being scored in the second half.
Before the match and even before arriving, Fencabs in Ely took the ladies VIP Style in the new Jaguar and on arrival were then escorted to the Arbuckles VIP box with a served 3 course meal. Arbuckles owner John Murphy has a box at Carrow Road where he likes to watch his 2 sons Josh and Jacob as they play in the first team.
After the match, Natalie and Ellis got to meet the brothers as they came for photos and sign their programs.
Natalie contacted us and said, “We had the most amazing day, thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to experience such a great day out. It was enjoyable from start to finish, and were completely gutted the day is over”.
The Spotted in Ely team wish to thank Arbuckles and Fencabs for this amazing prize.