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Ladies Score Big on Sports Bond
Uploaded Sunday, 22nd Jan, 2017 at 21:20

IT seems that every other week we are mentioning the success of ladies on Sports Bond. This week saw exceptional success for our ladies as five out of the six regular prizes went to female members.
In the major winners section the winners were Robena Kerr (A7994) on the agency of Maurice Anderson in Gracehill. In Kells Pauline McBride (A6543) was a 50 major winner on the agency of Graham McCartney and in Cloughmills Olwen Houston (A7965) was a 50 winner on the agency of Robert Logan.

In the minor 10 section in Kells, Alastair Shaw had a 10 winner with Jackie Brown (A7008) in Antrim, Serena McCaffrey (B1008) was a 10 winner with Richard McClean and the only male winner this week was Brian Featherstone (A8591) in the Seven Towers agency.

No Jackpot was allocated with the numbers 4, 20, 22 and 27 and so stands at 450 for this week.
Agents News
Sympathy is extended to Yvonne Wylie and family on the sudden passing of her brother Sam Stirling. Sam was a long time employee at Pattons.
First Score
Two winners on Saturday and what a surprise it was for ne of Allan Jenkins long time friends who travelled to see the game at Windsor. The winner of 30 with a 16 minute winning card was Stranraer resident Robert Bruce, yes that is correct "not Robert the Bruce" but Robert Bruce who hopes to be back for the Irish Cup against Harland and Wolff. The second winner was Sports Bond agent, winner of a recent 50 on Sports Bond, Tommy Matthews. Tommy also picked up 30 as a winner. Nice way to top up the pension Tommy. Hard luck to Gary Thompsons mum Jacqueline, a recent winner in the Christmas Draw who had a 17 minute card.
Walk of Hope
After a period of reflection and rest of his Achilles tendon, Brian Thompson will now attempt a fantastic treble of Walks of Hope in February. February 11th against Crusaders, February 18th back to Seaview for the Northern Ireland Football League Cup Final and February 26th away to Ballinamallard. Planning for the Ballinamallard feat is still under scrutiny. The recipient of these Walks of Hope will be the Bravehearts charity.