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Tommy has double major success on Sports Bond
Uploaded Sunday, 12th Mar, 2017 at 22:48

Glenwherry Sports Bond agent Tommy Matthews had a great week on Sports Bond, two of his lady members had a £50 major win.
Daughter Mary Ann Arthur (B0345) was a major winner previously and this week won another £50. Charlene Cassells (A4586) who was recently a £10 winner, also won £50, well done Tommy, you are enjoying being a Sky Blue fan in more ways than football this season. Absent from the winners sheet recently was Maurice Anderson but this week he had a £50 major winner with Tommy McFetridge (C0351), Tommy has been a minor winner before but this is his first £50 major win.

The £10 minor winners were all well known Sky Blue fans, they were Robin McClintock (B1750), Timothy Turton (A5299) and Uel Allen (A2610).

No Jackpot was allocated with the numbers 1, 2, 16 and 20 and so the Jackpot is £800 for this week, nice way to celebrate St Patricks Day.
First Score
Sports Bond agent Janice Christie won our English League Cup Final with a 19th minute winning card. Also Sammy Bonnes, who was the First Score winner at Ballinamallard, is to get another £30 as double up win. On checking Sammy was a winner at Glenavon back in October so he joins fellow social club supporter member Tommy Cavan, Derek Russell and Harryville man Richard Elliott as a £60 winner. All have 3 games left to win a season ticket, Cliftonville, Glenavon and Coleraine away. I can see a winner coming again.
The Grand Sports Draw
Tickets for Sports Bonds Grand Sports Draw for 2017 go on sale this week. If you were one of the many thousands who followed NI in the Euro Finals and enjoyed France then you will want to buy a ticket and win the first prize. Thanks to Jonathan Calderwood, the head groundsman at Paris St Germain, you could visit the famous Parc des Princes for a match in early 2017/18 season, it could be a Champions League game, flights are included. Jonathan has ensured two seats for our winner so we are delighted to have the support of the man from Clough who is now one of the leading groundsmen having gained experience at Aston Villa and Wolves previously. Brian Thompson said "I first met Jonathan when he was a trainee groundsman at the Oval and was a student at Greenmount. I had just joined Linfield in 1995 and have followed Jonathans spectacular career, he went to PSG and I got Ballymena United", that's life!
Tickets are priced at £1, so end the season in style by being a winner on our Grand Sports Draw.