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Win the chance to walk out with the match ball at St James’ Park

PUBLISHED: 11:45 22 May 2015

You and a mate can have a Magic Weekend thanks to Prostate Cancer UK

You and a mate can have a Magic Weekend thanks to Prostate Cancer UK

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Prostate Cancer UK are giving you and a mate the chance to have a Magic Weekend

One lucky fan could walk out to St James’ Park and present the teams with the match ball during the Magic Weekend thanks to Prostate Cancer UK.

The charity’s ever-growing movement Men United will have a huge presence at the event in Newcastle which takes place from May 30-31.

In addition to presenting the match ball, the lucky winner will also win two tickets to be able to watch the action unfold with a mate and collect a signed ball from a team of their choice.

To enter, all you need to do is put your name into the hat for a prize draw at virginmoneygiving.com/fund/magicweekend.

The deadline for the competition is 11.59pm on Monday, May 25, and money raised from this prize draw will help beat prostate cancer, the most common cancer in men.

Men United will also be hosting a number of special events during the Magic Weekend, including a breakfast with BBC Sport presenter Dave Woods, with meals from £4.99 including a 50p donation to Prostate Cancer UK, and a Q&A including a host of star names from the sport and Sky Sports personalities.

For more information, visit prostatecanceruk.org.

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