The PiMS charity football and netball tournaments have finally
drawn to a close.
Pictured here, along with PiMS’ red shirted Colin Taylor and Aimee
Hartley from Paragon Communications are leading football names Jim
Rosenthal (l) of ITV Sports and former West Ham and England player
The proceeds of the tournament were donated toward the Jo Knott trust,
named after Jo Knott who formerly worked for Paragon Communications.
Knott, who is quadriplegic, campaigns for others in the same situation
and picked up the check for pounds 8,000 toward treatment for fellow
It wasn’t all about worthy causes though. There were some fine
performances on the pitch with Durrants Press Cuttings emerging
triumphant in the football league and Brunswick Communications in the
Overall though sport was the winner with every team giving 110 per
At the end of the day, I must pay tribute to PR Week’s very own team
which finished with a creditable mid-table position.
Man of the tournament for PR Week? Goalkeeper Dunstan ’the Cat’ Bentley
who was loaned out to Burson-Marsteller and PiMS but reserved his best
performances for his own beloved organ.