Harris Hill's Golden Softballs!

Every summer, over 120 charities from across the capital battle it out week after week to be crowned champions of the London Charity Softball League! 

We're extremely proud to be part of it, and as lead sponsors we've supplied the Harris Hill bar to refresh the grand final crowds for more years than anyone can remember. Especially after they've been at the fruit cider.

Yet the finals are just one (brilliant) day in August, so what of the rest of the season?

Cue our softball stickers collection, aka Harris Hill's Golden Softballs, first foisted on the unsuspecting league in 2017 and back for a second run last summer despite overwhelming popular demand.

It's a simple premise: teams receive two cards per week, each packed with mostly-true facts about our lovely consultants, plus a glorious golden softball with hastily-placed code. Collect the codes, enter the draw, win the prize: a top night out for the whole team at Bounce, the stylish original home of ping-pong! It's quite literally a whole different ball game.

Entries were entered, the draw was drawn (we'll spare you the BAFTA-baiting video but it's probably still haunting Twitter), and the winner of our 2018 prize was......Ricky Mitchell of The Labradoodles, otherwise known as community champions Locality and Power 2 Change!

And here are some of the team enjoying that very prize (and a whole lotta pizza) last night - many thanks from us for a great evening!

Congratulations again to our winners, a huge thank you to all the teams for taking part - and if you'd inexplicably like to see what they soldiered through to get there, you'll find the full collection of cards below.

NB: all information correct as of summer 2018, apart from the bits we might have slightly made up.

Team Harris Hill x

More about the London Charity Softball League

► London Charity Softball League 2018: Meet the organisers

► London Charity Softball League 2018: the Harris Hill Cup finalists!

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