Last Saturday (13 July 2019), the inaugural Apprentice Cup took place at Epping St John's School in Epping, Essex. This special charity football match saw Ricky Martin and the HRS five-a-side squad take on 2014 Apprentice winner Mark Wright and his Climb Online team.
The stakes were high: in addition to the shame of coming in second, the losing side's manager would have to donate £1,000 of his own money to Alzheimer's Society, a UK charity that funds research, campaigns for change, and supports people affected by dementia all over the country.
How did the match go? Well, watch the video and see for yourself...
By the final whistle, the score was Hyper Recruitment Solutions 8, Climb Online 1 - which meant that it was Mark who ended up giving a grand of his own cash to the Alzheimer's charity, although both companies donated an additional £500 each!
Everyone here at HRS is very proud, both of our resounding victory on the football pitch and of the money we've helped to raise for this very worthy cause. If you're able to spare anything, please consider clicking the link below and donating to support Alzheimer's Society and the amazing work they do.
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