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Ernst & Young make semi of Canary Wharf & Square Mile cup

17:26 10 March 2011

The scene inside the Canary Wharf Classic.

The scene inside the Canary Wharf Classic.

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SOME of London’s biggest firms have gone head-to-head on the squash court ahead of an international Canary Wharf tournament.

Financial firm Ernst & Young last week beat Barclays Capital to reach the semi-final of the ISS Canary Wharf & Square Mile Corporate Challenge.

They will face accountancy powerhouse PricewaterhouseCoopers in the last four, with Credit Suisse and the FSA facing off on the other last four clash.

The final will be held on March 25, the same day as the final of the professional ISS Canary Wharf Squash Classic, being held at East Wintergarden.

The corporate cup was first held for Square Miles firms in 1983 and was merged with the Canary Wharf tournament eight years ago.

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