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More Sports Bond Success for Lady Agents and Members
Uploaded Sunday, 24th Feb, 2019 at 22:11

JUST A week after Tracey Hughes won a £1000 Jackpot we saw more success for lady agents and members on Sports Bond.
In the major £50 section there were wins for members whose Christian names begin with the letter P. Phyllis Galloway (B0558), a previous Jackpot winner, was a £50 winner on the agency of Janice Christie. In Ballykeel Pamela Hamilton (B9545) was a £50 winner on the agency of Dylan Bell, this is the third major win for new agent Dylan. P Thompson had a £50 winner with Paul McCormick (C9855), Paul has enjoyed quite a few wins on Sports Bond.

Hannah Guy (A1581) was a £10 minor winner on P Thompson's agency, Janice Martin had a £10 winner with daughter Samantha Crawford (B4275) and Maurice Anderson had a £10 win with Paul Leggett (A8330).

No Jackpot was allocated with the numbers 1, 7,23 and 26 and so starts to rise again.
Agents News
Sadly we learned from Maurice Anderson of the passing of William Smyth of Taylorstown Crescent. William had been a Sports Bond member for a number of years.
First Score
The goal at Windsor Park on Saturday was recorded at 54 minutes (53mins 56secs). As yet we have had no claims, 55 minute cards were held by James Gregg and Amy. To claim ring 07831 803970.

Two more winners have been found for the League Cup Final between Ballymena United and Linfield. Diana McCrystal was the winner of £30 having won with 15 minute card bought on the Sky Blue Express. Another winner was Declan O'Boyle who purchased his card at the ground. In the English League Cup a zero zero (0-0) card will win £30. Another First Score will be held at Seaview on Saturday for the Irish Cup game with Crusaders.
Walk of Hope
Brian Thompson completed his 17th Walk of Hope to an Irish League ground on Saturday at Windsor. Linfield had granted BraveheartsNI a collection and an excellent collection was taken. So from his first Walk of Hope in April 2016 to his possible last to Windsor in February 2019 he has walked the miles across the Province. Thanks to all the Ballymena supporters who supported his Walk of Hope over the last few seasons.