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Trevor in Touch with a Sports Bond Win
Uploaded Sunday, 11th Feb, 2018 at 21:00

TREVOR Ritchie was originally from Ballymena but now lives in England, however he keeps in touch with the club as a Sports Bond member.
Sadly we don't see Trevor as much nowadays but this week Trevor (A7147) was a £50 major winner, thanks for your support Trevor. Last week we mentioned the McLaughlin family, well this week Mary Steele (A8737) was a £50 winner on the Seven Towers agency, guess what, Mary Steels maiden name is McLaughlin, yes another one of the clan! In Antrim Alastair Shaw had a £50 winner with R C Parker (B5536).

The Seven Towers agency had also a £10 minor winner with Maurice Millar (A8363), Maurice Anderson had a £10 winner with Martha Lorimer (A2924) and Sky Blue fan Dean Campbell (A8140) was the final £10 winner this week.

Still no Jackpot allocated with the numbers 13, 15, 22 and 26 and so the Jackpot is £300 this week.

Best wishes to all Sports Bond members attending the Final, your support through Sports Bond has and will always be a big part of the clubs journey to success.
Agents News
Sports Bond extend their sympathy to agent Robert Logan in Cloughmills on the passing of his father Christopher (Chris) after illness. The Logan family are a well known business family in Cloughmills.

Also to Sports Bond member John Fullerton in Glenwherry on the loss of his brother Samuel.
Clare's Valentine
The Warnock family were match ball sponsors on Saturday, however the popular Clare stole the show as she presented her own valentine to the players before the game and of course she gave them all a "wee team talk". A very special moment on a very special day.
First Score
There will be a large First Score distribution for the League Cup Final. Be sure to get your First Score whether it's on the Sky Blue Express or from a Sports Bond agent or other sellers. Priced at £1 it will help you enjoy the evening.
Walk of Hope
While many Ballymena supporters were tucked up in bed on Sunday morning dreaming about the League Cup final on Saturday, Brian Thompson was setting off in the snow to start his latest Walk of Hope for BraveheartsNI. He made his way through the town along the A26 to Antrim. Don't forget if you see Brian along the way to Windsor give him your support.