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Free tickets to see British Lionhearts

PUBLISHED: 08:00 03 May 2017

British Lionhearts are set for action at York Hall (pic World Series of Boxing)

British Lionhearts are set for action at York Hall (pic World Series of Boxing)

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World Series of Boxing action at iconic London venue

London’s famous York Hall plays host to the World Series of Boxing quarter-finals later this month – and we have 10 pairs of tickets to give away for the big night.

The British Lionhearts have qualified for the last eight in style, winning five of their six group games, and will entertain the France Fighting Roosters at the Bethnal Green venue on Saturday, May 20.

The action gets underway in east London at 8pm, with a place in the semi-finals at stake, and advance tickets are available for £20.

But we have some free tickets available and to be in with a chance of winning them, answer the following question:

At which venue do the British Lionhearts’ home fixtures take place?

Email your answer, with contact details, to Group Sports Editor lee.power@archant.co.uk by 5pm on Wednesday, May 17 to be entered into a draw.

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