Displaying good old British pluck, the boys from Blighty are closing their eyes and thinking of, well ... beer ... to get them through the rigours of Trailwalker 2004 which starts tomorrow. But it's all for a good cause, of course. Members include British Consul-General Stephen Bradley, Deputy Consul-General Christopher Sykes, Swire Pacific group finance director Martin Cubbon and Jim Thompson, chairman of the Crown Worldwide Group. When asked about their projected finish time, Bradley, 47, tells CitySeen that the average age of their team is about 50 years old and their main aim is to finish. 'We plan to make up in experience and wisdom what we lack in looks and beauty,' he says with a hearty chuckle. The British Consul's quartet is trying to raise $500,000 for Oxfam and local charity Riding for the Disabled. Bradley is confident the target will be met. This is Bradley's fifth time in the Trailwalker; and his secret to finishing the course? 'We shut our eyes and think of the beer at the finish line.'