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Saturday 15th December v. Institute (home) - Danske Bank Premiership - k.o: 3:00pm

Super Ally Unique Sports Bond Win
Uploaded Sunday, 19th Feb, 2017 at 21:38

LAST week the story of the success of Alastair Shaw's agency in recent months was told, his winners last week were John Spence and Naomi McNaul.
Guess what, both these members won again this week and both were major winners!!!! What odds on that happening. Just for the record it was £50 for John Spence (A6210) and Naomi McNaul (B7735). Congratulations to both and well done to super Ally who goes from strength to strength. The other £50 major winner was a first time win for Janette Forsythe (A6184), Janette is the sister of agent David Brown.

The £10 minor winners were Willy Logan (A9804) on the agency of Tommy Matthews, Roy Tuff (A3134) on the Michelin Club agency and Christine Simpson (A2227) at the Blackstone.

No winners for one of the largest agencies this week which was unusual and no Jackpot still as the numbers 7, 11, 19 and 21 were not allocated.
First Score
There were literally thousands of smiling faces at Seaview on Saturday as Ballymena United beat Carrick in the League Cup Final. However some were enjoying the evening more as they were First Score winners. Man of the Match winner Allan Jenkins opened the scoring in the 45 minute and to date here are the winners found: -
  • Sports Bond agent Maurice Anderson had already sold First Score cards for the final but he bought one at the match and won £30!
  • Paddy Kearney was a winner on the Sky Blue express sold by Andy McQuilkin and won £30
  • Derek Russell who won the First Score on New Years Eve at Ards bought a ticket at the match and wins £60 for his 2nd win of the season
  • Colin McClintock also was a winner with a 45 minute card and the Ahoghill man won £30, he bought his at the ground
  • Michael Scroggie of Broughshane won £30 and bought his the week before the match

    So these supporters will remember the fantastic night with a little more satisfaction.
  • Walk of Hope
    Well over two thousand Sky Blue fans come to Seaview for the League Cup Final, they come in boats, planes, trains and automobiles as the song says................and one man walked!! Sales and Marketing Executive Brian Thompson started his Walk of Hope to Seaview last Sunday and reached Parkgate on Thursday evening, later he walked to Sandyknowes.

    On Saturday after a walk round the town it was off to Sandy Knowes. He was joined by good friend Cyril Patton on the final leg and arrived at the ground at around 4pm. This was Brian's ninth Walk of Hope for the club charity BraveheartsNI. A few remain to be undertaken and these may be left to next season when the Walk of Hope will continue. The Walk of Hope to Seaview for the match with Crusaders saw a total of £167.77 returned. Thanks to Crusaders FC for allowing a collection before the game.