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Leeds United Ladies F.C. are holding a Masquerade Ball at Elland Road to raise funds for both the club, and for Cancer Research.

The e-mail sent through from the club read:

'Come and be part of Leeds United Ladies’ enchanting Masquerade Ball on Friday 14 March, Elland Road, Leeds.

An evening of opulence and mystery awaits you. Glamorous guests will be transported through time as they arrive at the star-lit venue which will create a perfect evening of mystery and luxury, where you can become anything you wish to imagine as masks and formal dress will obscure your identity.

Guests will enjoy a fabulous three course dinner, be mesmerised by a table magician, rub shoulders with celebrities and entertained by live entertainment, providing an opportunity to show off their amazing masks on the dance floor. In addition, bidders will have the chance to win unique sporting memorabilia and fantastic prizes in a special auction on the night.

The Masquerade Ball aims to raise funds for Leeds United Ladies teams, as well as making a donation to Cancer Research. It will be an opportunity to celebrate the Club's achievements over the past year, socialise with players and staff and have a wonderful time.

Leeds United Ladies would like to thank you for your interest, help and support throughout the season, and we look forward to seeing you at this evening of fundraising and celebration.'

For more information you need to visit www.leedsunitedladies.com.

Writer:LUFC1
Date:Sunday February 17 2008
Time: 10:13PM

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