COMPETITION TUESDAY: Win Sellebrity charity match tickets

20th January

Tuesday means it's competition time at Swansea City, and we have a family ticket package up for grabs this week.
With the popular Sellebrity soccer charity match, which raises funds for SwansAid, returning to the Liberty Stadium on May 31, we have four tickets (two adults, two children) to give away.
The charity game sees the likes of soap star Adam Woodyatt returning alongside a host of other stars such as Jake Wood (Eastenders), X-Factor winner Sam Bailey, singer Lee Ryan (Blue) and Swans legend Lee Trundle along with former Swans midfielder Andy Robinson.
Woodyatt captained his team to victory over a side skippered by fellow Eastenders star Danny Dyer in last season's game, which broke the event's attendance record with 10,567 turning out at the Liberty to help raise over £55,000 for SwansAid.

To enter, answer the following question:
By what scoreline did Adam Woodyatt's team beat Danny Dyer's side in last year's charity game?

You can enter via:
Email - with 'Swans Comp' in the subject bar.
Twitter - @SwansOfficial using the hashtag #SwansComp
Facebook - using the hashtag #SwansComp
Deadlines for entries is 9am on Monday, January 26.

Last week's prize went to Hannah Carpenter, who won Nelson Oliveira's matchworn debut shirt.

Terms & Conditions: only one entry per person will be considered for the prize draw. All entrants for a specific prize draw will be placed into a draw and the winner will be chosen at random by computer. If the selected winner does not meet the eligibility criteria in condition, we will re-draw and select an alternative winner. Swansea City AFC reserves the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value if a prize becomes unavailable for reasons beyond Swansea City AFC control. All entries become the property of Swansea City AFC. Any personal information you provide to us to enter the competition will only be used for the purposes of administering the competition and marketing, and will not be passed on to any third parties. Swansea City can publish the names and photographs of the winners to publicise the prize-giving presentation after the closing date of the competition.