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Malta University Sports & Leisure have once again teamed up with the University of Malta Research Innovation and Development Trust (RIDT) to help raise funds for research in ALS. Following the success of last year’s pizza event we we shall once again be hosting our 4th edition of BATTLE OF THE BRAINS at Saracino’s Restaurant in Attard. Team up with friends, families or even colleagues to find out who really is the smartest. We will be donating a portion of the proceeds to this worthy cause. Furthermore a fundraising raffle will also be held on the night where all proceeds shall be donated to support research in ALS. There will be some great prizes on the night including weekend breaks, flights, meals etc…

Price per person is €12.00 which includes one free drink (choice of a soft drink, a beer or a glass of wine) as well as free flowing water, a plate of cheesy garlic bread and two pizzas per team. Teams of 5/6 people are entitled to an additional pizza should they wish. Other food and drinks will be available for purchase. Teams should be made up of 3 – 6 people. By taking part, you’ll be contributing towards research in ALS.

The quiz will be split into numerous rounds all set to test a different area/ skill but we promise it won’t be your typical question and answer test. We’ve got quite a few surprises up our sleeve to truly make you sweat.

Book your spot today by calling on 79538545 (Hannah) or drop us a line at info@universitysportsandleisure.com. There are great prizes to be won but above all we promise oodles of laughter and a ton of fun 🙂

Battle of the Brains

 

Book your spot today by calling on 79538545 (Hannah) or drop us a line at info@universitysportsandleisure.com. There are great prizes to be won but above all we promise oodles of laughter and a ton of fun J

 

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