Winchester jeweller welcomes Saints players to celebrate special anniversary

Hampshire Chronicle: (left to right): Neil Duckworth, Rickie Lambert, Ralph Krueger and Jon Quayle (left to right): Neil Duckworth, Rickie Lambert, Ralph Krueger and Jon Quayle

THREE Saints football players have paid a timely visit to Winchester jeweller.

Justice, in Parchment Street, has marked the first anniversary of the showcase of Eterna – a Swiss watch company which dates back to 1856 – by inviting some of the south’s most well-known players.

The watch brand is the ‘official timekeeper of Southampton Football Club’ and used the chance to display some of its newest range of watches.

Central midfielder Steven Davis, centre-back Victor Wanyama and Eterna-watch-wielding striker Rickie Lambert were on hand for the sneak preview to represent their club.

A special prize draw was held giving people the chance to win two tickets to the end-of-season match between Southampton and Manchester United on May 11 at Eterna’s box at St Mary’s Stadium.

Justice business development manager, Jules Fuller, said: “This evening is a celebration of our one year anniversary with Eterna. They have come along with three of Southampton’s players and there will be the chance to win box tickets for the match between themselves and Manchester United.

“We are stocking more and more luxury pieces as well as some quirky pieces – which is what Justice, and Eterna, is about.”

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4:18pm Tue 15 Apr 14

massimoosti says...

Lauren - Same story reported by your colleagues last week.

Keep up at the back !
Lauren - Same story reported by your colleagues last week. Keep up at the back ! massimoosti
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4:50pm Tue 15 Apr 14

Lauren Howard says...

The story that featured in last week's Echo (which I assume is what you're referring to) was in fact written by myself. As the Echo is a daily paper it has the advantage of running stories much sooner than the Chronicle.

We aim to run stories on the Chronicle web site to a closer time frame to that of the paper so that there is not too great a time delay between when it appears online and then in the paper.... just in case you were wondering!
The story that featured in last week's Echo (which I assume is what you're referring to) was in fact written by myself. As the Echo is a daily paper it has the advantage of running stories much sooner than the Chronicle. We aim to run stories on the Chronicle web site to a closer time frame to that of the paper so that there is not too great a time delay between when it appears online and then in the paper.... just in case you were wondering! Lauren Howard
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