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THE Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence team at Portsmouth law firm Coffin Mew held a second annual netball tournament to raie money for Headway Portsmouth and South East.

Headway is a charity that helps people with an acquired brain injury, their carers and families.

The tournament, organised and sponsored by Coffin Mew, has been hailed as a great success, raised more than £1,000 from entry fees and donations.

The tournament included teams James Cowper, Fiander Tovell, Taylor Cocks, RSM Tenon, College Chambers, Pallant Chambers, The Injury Care Clinics, Lloyds TSB and Coffin Mew.

Each team competed in a mini league and played a number of games on the day. The final was made up of RSM Tenon, last year’s winners, and James Cowper – which ran away the overall winners.

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