Reliable Networks donates tickets to one lucky participant for Brentford v Liverpool fixture
One of our community engagement participants had the chance to visit Brentford Community Stadium as the Bees took on Liverpool in the Premier League
Reliable Networks were first formed in 2004, with the focus of providing first-class managed IT support and security services to fit within every budget. They work with global brands and local businesses across many sectors, based on the principles of providing automated, preventative and secure solutions to increase our clients productivity. Reliable Networks offer 24-hour-a-day-seven-days-a-week support providing services and solutions such as IT support, cyber security, in-house and cloud infrastructure, disaster recovery and business continuity. As Reliable Networks are both partners for Brentford FC and the Trust they kindly donated their partner tickets to a lucky Trust participant that witnessed potentially one of the best games of the season.
Phoebe one of our participants from our London Marthon Charitable Trust funded community sessions and her dad got to witness as Brentford came from behind twice to secure a point in a remarkable 3-3 draw against Liverpool. It was a thrilling game played on a mild West London autumn evening. The teams went toe-to-toe throughout, both looking to get a two-goal cushion to kill the other off. When Curtis Jones smashed in after Janelt had equalised, that might have been that, but Brentford refused to be beaten. Wissa came off the substitute’s bench to score the sixth and final goal of the evening and ensure the spoils were shared.