In memory of David Wangerin

wsc writers comp8 July ~ Long-standing WSC contributor David Wangerin, who died last year, left a legacy to create an annual competition only open to amateur writers. Submissions had to be based on any aspect of the last season. We received hundreds of entries on a wide range of topics, and it took a long time to narrow them down. In the end the panel, including WSC editor Andy Lyons and co-founder Mike Ticher, have decided that Mark Sanderson's piece on the difficulties of playing football on a Saturday, rather than watching it, is the winner of the £250 cash prize. Ian Rands and Robin Broster are the two runners up. The top three entries have been printed in the new issue of the magazine, which will start arriving with subscribers from today and be out in the shops on Thursday.

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