Former Tottenham ace Jamie O’Hara leads search for grassroots hero

Thanks to 123 Reg, here at talkSPORT we’re looking to celebrate your local sporting hero.
It’s been a difficult time for many grassroots teams, from football and rugby to swimming and cycling, and 123 Reg and talkSPORT are looking to help by offering one club £12,300, plus a smart new website to really get things moving.
We’ll also be giving away £500 to two runners up clubs as well.
For your chance to win big for your sports club, you need to fill in the below information, and explain who is your community champion you think deserves celebrating. They’re the individuals who are essential to the running of your club; the organisers and the meticulous planners, the enthusiastic fundraisers and essential support crew, and will be rewarded with the honour of having that donation made, thanks to all their work!
During talkSPORT Breakfast, we’ll then bring to air a selection of our lucky nominees and finalists, to announce our ultimate winner and Grassroots Hero, and which team will be awarded the £12,300 to help go towards the running costs of the club.
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Please note that by entering this competition you consent to having your details used in accordance with the Wireless Privacy Policy and your data will be used to contact you in case you are selected as the winner.

Terms & Conditions
By entering the Competition, you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions (these “Terms and Conditions”). Phoning, texting or emailing to enter the Competition or completing and submitting an entry form will also be deemed acceptance of these Terms and Conditions. Promotional materials relating to the Competition, including all information on how to enter the Competition published by the Promoter (including on social media if applicable) or on the Promoter’s websites, also apply to the Competition. In the event of any conflict between any terms referred to in such promotional materials and these Terms and Conditions, these Terms and Conditions take precedence.Participation in the Competition1. Residents of the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland aged 18 or over only, except employees and agents of the Promoter or Wireless Group Limited and anyone otherwise connected with the operation or fulfilment of the Competition (including third party sponsors or promotional partners) and their respective associated, affiliated or subsidiary companies, and the immediate families and household members of all such employees and agents.2. Anyone who has won a prize for any Competition run by talkSPORT in the 12 months preceding the end of the Competition Period is not eligible to enter.3. The Competition starts at 00:01 am (UK time) on 1 February 2021 and closes at 10:00 am (UK time) on 26 March 2021 (the “Competition Period”). Any entries received outside of the Competition Period will be void.4. Participants may make a maximum of 1 entry per person. Bulk, automatically generated or third party entries are void.5. To enter you must describe in 350 words or less, the role and impact of a supporter and/or member of a sports club, and submit it via the entry form available at during the Competition Period only. Entrants cannot nominate themselves as a Grassroots Hero, but must pick someone they know. 6. Entries to the Competition must be the original work of the author. Entries which are or in the Promoter’s reasonable opinion appear to be plagiarised will be disqualified. Participants represent and warrant that:(a) they have obtained all rights, licences, and permissions necessary, in writing, from any person who may have helped create and/or be featured in their entry; and(b) that their entry to the Competition (including any text, recordings, videos and photographs):(i) does not contain or feature any personal information about any person (including their name, contact details, a photograph of them and/or any other identifying information) without that person’s consent (proof of which must be provided to the Promoter upon request);(ii) does not contain any content that is defamatory, libellous, racist, homophobic, derogatory, pornographic, obscene, sexist, illegal, and/or otherwise inappropriate;(iii) does not include trade marks, logos, or copyright protected material which belongs to third parties without permission (including company names, music, photographs, motion picture or television programme clips or audio tracks, works of art, or images published on or in websites, television, movies, or other media);(iv) is not subject to any third party agreements and the Promoter will not be required to pay any sums to any third party as a result of the Promoter’s use (as set out in these Terms and Conditions) or the exploitation by the Promoter of the idea, video or other rights contained in any entry; and(v) does not contain any known virus, trojan horse, worm, trapdoor or similar software that may in any way infect or affect any of the Promoter’s hardware or software systems.7. The Promoter reserves the right to remove or temporarily suspend from the Competition any entries submitted if, in its reasonable opinion, it suspects any breach of these Terms and Conditions or if it receives any complaint from a third party relating to such entry.8. Entries received which are not submitted via the official entry method will not be accepted. Use of script, macro or any automated system to enter the Competition is prohibited and entries made (or which appear to have been made) using any such system may be treated as void. Any illegible, incomplete or fraudulent entries will be rejected. Collusion with any other participant is strictly prohibited and may result in immediate disqualification.9. Participants should be aware that they may be subject to data charges depending on their own individual arrangements for internet access if they enter the Competition online or by email.Winners and Prizes10. There will be 1 winner. One prize per winner. There will also be 2 runners up. One prize per runner up.11. The winner will be the participant whose entry, best demonstrates how essential and pivotal their grassroots hero is to the everyday functioning of their nominated sports club. The runners up will be the next 2 valid entries who are the next best at satisfying the judging criteria. The winner and runners up will be selected by an independent judge (or a panel of judges including at least one independent member). The decision of the judge(s) shall be final.12. The prize is the sum of £12,300 (Twelve Thousand Three Hundred pounds), and a new website for the sports club. Payment will be made by bank transfer to the winner’s nominated UK bank account only. Winner is responsible for ensuring that they have an account available to deposit the funds and for any administrative fees or other charges imposed by their nominated bank. This offer is for the build of a new website only. The prize-winning sports club will be awarded complimentary access to 123 Reg’s ‘Make Me A Website – Pro’ package for one year. If, after this first year, the sports club decides to continue with this package, a standard monthly subscription will be applied and will continue at the regular monthly rate for the chosen plan. Further details of Make Me A Website’s included features, as well as full terms and conditions, can found here: The runners up prize is the sum of £500 (Five Hundred pounds). Payment will be made by bank transfer to the winner’s nominated UK bank account only. Winner is responsible for ensuring that they have an account available to deposit the funds and for any administrative fees or other charges imposed by their nominated bank.14. Prizes are as stated and are non-exchangeable and non-transferable.15. The winner is responsible for paying all associated costs that are not specifically stated in any Promotional materials or these Terms and Conditions, including (where applicable) transport, accommodation, meal costs, spending money, insurance and all other incidentals. Winners are also personally responsible for any personal or incidental expenses and any VAT, national and/or local tax liabilities incurred in claiming or using the prize. By participating in the Competition, participants agree that the prize is awarded on an “as is” basis, and that neither the Promoter nor any of its subsidiary or affiliated companies, make any representations or warranties of any nature with respect to the prize.16. In the event that, for reasons beyond the Promoter’s reasonable control the Promoter is unable to award the prize as described in these Terms and Conditions, the Promoter reserves the right to award a prize of a similar nature and an equivalent value, or at its sole discretion, the cash value of the prize. The Promoter also reserves the right to award a prize of a similar nature and an equivalent value, or at its sole discretion, the cash value of the prize if in its reasonable discretion it is appropriate to do so.Winner Announcement and claiming of prize17. Winners and runners up will be notified by phone or using the other contact details provided to the Promoter within 5 days after the end of the Competition Period. All reasonable endeavours will be made to contact the winner and runners up during the specified time. If a winner and/or runner up cannot be contacted or is not available, the Promoter reserves the right to re-draw another winner or runner up as applicable from the valid/correct entries that were received during the Competition Period. Winners and runners up may be required to submit valid identification before receiving their prize.18.The Promoter shall not be liable to reimburse callers for telephone charges when either on hold or on air. 19. Winners and runners up will be required to confirm acceptance of the applicable prize within 5 days of having been notified. If the winner or runner up has not claimed their prize by the date specified or the winner or runner up refuses or is unable to provide an eligible postal address for receipt of their prize, the Promoter reserves the right to award the prize to another participant.20. The prize will be delivered within a reasonable time and by no later than 28 days after the prize has been accepted.21. For a list of winners (name and general location) please send a stamped self-addressed envelope by no later than 28 days after the end of the Competition Period to the Promoter at: Promotions Department, talkSPORT, 1 London Bridge Street, London, England, SE1 9GF stating that you would like the winner details for the “Grassroots Heroes” Competition.Data Protection and Publicity22. The Promoter will collect and process participants’ personal information and it will be shared with the Promoter’s agents, affiliates and, if applicable, any third party prize provider (including those outside the European Economic Area). Information provided by participants will only be used for the purpose of conducting this Competition (including for prizes to be delivered) and other purposes as may be specified at the time of entry or on promotional materials. Personal information will be used in accordance with the applicable privacy policy in place from time to time (see Participants’ names and general locations will be published or made publicly available if they are a winner or runner up of the Competition in accordance with the regulatory requirements. In such circumstances we may also make free use of this information and participant’s photographs for publicity purposes both during this and future promotions by the Promoter or any of its associated or subsidiary companies. This includes making their name available on the Promoter’s websites and social media platforms. The winner and any guests may also be required to participate in reasonable publicity relating to this Competition including being interviewed on the talkSPORT Breakfast show.Intellectual Property24. Participants will retain copyright in their submitted entries to the Competition, however, by entering, all participants grant the Promoter a worldwide, royalty-free, perpetual licence to edit, publish and use each Competition entry in any and all media (including print and online) for publicity purposes. Participants represent and warrant that they have all rights necessary to grant the rights provided for in this paragraph 27, and that all materials forming part of their entry to the Competition, and any use of such materials by or on behalf of the Promoter, comply with all applicable laws, rules, and regulations and do not infringe or otherwise violate the intellectual property or other rights of any third party, including privacy rights.General25. The Promoter’s decision is final and binding on the participants. No correspondence will be entered into.26. If participants do not provide any of the mandatory information requested when participating in the Competition, their entry will be void.27. The Promoter reserves the right to require the participants to prove that they are eligible. If a winner is found to be ineligible, the Promoter reserves the right to award their prize to another participant and to require the return of any prize already awarded.28.  Any complaints or queries relating to the use of the prize should be directed to talkSPORT.29. Participants must not do anything illegal and/or dangerous and/or that would put themselves or others at any risk. Save where it has been negligent, the Promoter will not be responsible for any damage, loss or injury resulting from participants’ entry into the Competition or their acceptance and/or use of the prize, or for technical, hardware or software failures, lost, faulty or unavailable network connections or difficulties of any kind that may limit or prohibit participant’s ability to participate in the Competition. The Promoter will not be responsible for any lost, damaged, delayed, defaced, incomplete, illegible or otherwise unreadable entries. Proof of making a phone call, sending an entry by post, email or text, is not proof of receipt by the Promoter of any entries. Nothing in these Terms and Conditions shall in any way limit the Promoter’s liability for death or personal injury caused by its negligence or for any other matter where liability may not be limited as a matter of law.30. The Promoter reserves the right at any time to cancel, modify or supersede the Competition (including altering prizes) if, in its sole discretion, the Competition is not capable of being conducted as specified. In the event of a printing or other error resulting in there being more winners or runner ups than prizes for the Competition, the Promoter reserves the right to (a) declare as void any claims or entries resulting from such printing or other error; and/or (b) allocate the available prize(s) through a further draw or to divide the prize(s) or the value of the prize(s) between the winners and runners up of the Competition.31. Any participant who enters or attempts to enter the Competition in a manner, which in the Promoter’s reasonable opinion is contrary to these Terms and Conditions or by its nature is unjust to other participants (including tampering with the operation of the Competition, cheating, hacking, deception or any other unfair playing practices such as intending to annoy, abuse, threaten or harass any other participants or the Promoter and/or any of its agents or representatives) may be rejected from the Competition at the Promoter’s sole discretion. Furthermore, where such actions have significantly impaired the Competition, the Promoter may, at its sole discretion, add further stages to the Competition as it deems reasonably necessary in order to resolve any problems arising from such actions.32. The Promoter reserves the right to amend these Terms and Conditions. Any amendments will be published on the Promoter’s website (the “Website”).33. If you are resident of the United Kingdom then these Terms and Conditions are governed by English law and the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction to hear any dispute or claim arising in association with the Competition or these Terms and Conditions (except if you are resident of Northern Ireland you may also bring proceedings in Northern Ireland), and if you are a resident of Scotland, you may also bring proceedings in Scotland). If you are a resident of the Republic of Ireland then these Terms and Conditions are governed by Irish law and the courts of the Republic of Ireland shall have exclusive jurisdiction to hear any dispute or claim arising in association with the Competition or these Terms and Conditions.34. The promoter of this Competition is talkSPORT Limited (operator of talkSPORT) of 1 London Bridge Street, London, England, SE1 9GF (the “Promoter”).

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