ESCORT YOUR HEROES ON TO THE PITCH IN MARSEILLES .. THEN WATCH THEM PLAY TUNISIA
IT'S the greatest football show on earth and billions of people all over the world will be tuning in.
But you could be one of the lucky few who get to the World Cup in France.
SNICKERS, the Official Snackfood of France 98, and Mega Mirror are offering you the once-in-a-lifetime chance to lead England out on to the pitch as they kick off their World Cup campaign against Tunisia.
You'll get to walk on to the turf with your heroes in front of 60,000 fans at the Stade Velodrome in Marseilles.
SNICKERS and Mega Mirror are looking for six football-crazy England fans between the ages of 12 and 16 to be part of the SNICKERS Fair Play squad that leads out manager Glenn Hoddle's team for their opening World Cup match against the North Africans.
Here's what's in store for our six winners, who'll be accompanied by a parent or guardian:
YOU'LL fly to Marseilles where you'll stay in a top hotel for two nights.
YOU and your parent/guardian will also get top tickets to the big match.
YOUR role in France will be to carry the FIFA/SNICKERS Fair Play banner.
SNICKERS has supported this FIFA initiative since the 1994 World Cup and the banner is carried out at all major football matches.
It's a symbol of Fair Play and encourages all players, officials and supporters to stick to the rules that make football the greatest game around.
"Play Hard but Play Fair" - that's the message from SNICKERS, the peanut- packed snack that's guaranteed to satisfy hunger.
To score this amazing prize all you have to do is answer the following questions.
WHO is the manager of the England team for France 98 World Cup?
WHICH England player scored England's winning goal against Morocco in Casablanca on Wednesday?
Call 0660 060 499 with your answers. Calls cost 25p. If you are in Ireland call 1550 131 685 - calls cost 29p.
Leave your name, address and answer on the line. Winners will be chosen at random. Lines close at midnight on Wednesday, June 3.
Normal Mirror Group rules apply. Get permission from an adult before you call.
MEGA Mirror readers James Bernthal, 15, Tom Lowry, 12, and 16- year-old Emma Jackson netted first prize in a previous SNICKERS Fair Play competition.
The trio - along with three other youngsters who took part in a separate competition - are pictured after they carried out the SNICKERS Fair Play banner at the England v Saudi Arabia game at Wembley last Saturday.
You could be following in their footsteps... but this time in Marseilles!
RACE IS ON FOR TURISMO
IT WENT straight to number one on its first week of release and now the incredible Gran Turismo on the PlayStation could be yours FREE.
We're giving away 10 copies of the greatest racing game ever. To be in with a chance of winning simply tell us who makes the popular Midget sports car? Is it a) Ford; b) BMW; c) MG? Put your answer on a postcard together with your name and address and send it to: Turismo Comp., Mega Mirror, I Bartlett Court, London EC88 1TH. The first 10 correct answers out of the postbag, after the closing date of June 8, win.
Get in the flick of it
IT'S National Cinema Day on Sunday, June 7 with many cinemas showing movies at HALF PRICE - and two Mega readers can win an annual Odeon pass and flicks goodies including lunch-boxes, pens and T-shirts. Ten runners- up also win goodie bags. To be in with a chance of winning answer this question. What reduction will movie-goers get on National Cinema Day?
Answers on a postcard to Mega Mirror, National Cinema Day Comp, PO Box 4022, London, E14 5BX.
PlayStations & new Lucky Luke games
MAKE sure you're quick on the draw for our great giveaway.
Lucky Luke is a cool cowboy game for the PlayStation and Mega Mirror has 25 copies up for grabs, plus 25 memory cards.
And that's not all. Five first prize winners will bag a fantastic Sony PlayStation.
Lucky Luke is based on a popular French cartoon strip - and the game has been given a cartoon feel too.
You play cowboy Lucky Luke who's on a mission to clean up the town.
You progress through 15 Wild West-style levels fighting baddies, solving puzzles and collecting power-ups such as dollars, dynamite and mining lamps.
Lucky Luke is aimed at young players, but some of the puzzles are tricky - just when you think you're at a dead end one last shot might reveal something new.
The whole game has a Western theme - from log-chopping contests, saloon brawls and even the music.
And Luke himself has loads of animations - he can walk, jump, shoot in lots of directions, use dynamite, push objects and climb ladders.
For your chance to lassoo a great prize just tell us in which European country Lucky Luke is a comic strip star.
Send your answer on a postcard to Mega Mirror, Lucky Luke Comp, PO Box 4022, London, E14 5BX.
Competitions close on June 8, 1998, except where otherwise stated. Normal Mirror Group rules apply. No cash alternative. Winners will be the first correct entries drawn unless otherwise stated
e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org web address: www.mirror.co.uk
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|Author:||Hancock, Fiona Parker/David|
|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||May 30, 1998|
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