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Jackson has more Success on Sports Bond
Uploaded Monday, 4th Mar, 2019 at 12:32

BROUGHSHANE man Jackson Currie won the Ballymena United Christmas draw first prize and is looking forward to a trip to Newcastle next season, however, he now has a cash boost to go towards his trip.
Only three weeks ago Jackson decided to join Sports Bond and in his third week Jackson (A2201) won a major £50 prize. Joining Jackson were two other big Sky Blue fans Ian Millar (A4897) a previous winner and member of the Seven Towers agency and newly married in October Amy Lynn (A7935) was another £50 major winner.

In the minor section a complete sweep for Maurice Anderson, he had all three £10 minor winners with Uel Bamber (A2337), May Johnson (C7380) and Carolyn Lorimer (A0662).

Jackpot numbers of 4, 7, 15 and 20 saw no Jackpot allocated and it is £200 for this week.
Agent News
All at Sports Bond were saddened to learn of the sudden passing of former Sports Bond agent and member Carol Nicholl. Carol ran an agency for Galgorm Senior Citizens, one of the causes very dear to her heart. Carol had an outgoing and joyful personality and was great to call with, commented promoter Brian Thompson. We extend our sympathy to her family.
First Score
At Seaview on Saturday we had our best story of a fascinating season for First Score. Johnny Ericsson from Sweden came over to Northern Ireland to see the Irish Cup match with good friend Andy McQuilkin and guess what, he had a winning 21st minute card, so Johnny picked up £30. As did John Doran, Cathair Friel's granddad who also had a winning card. David Brown was the winner of the English league final First Score with a no score card. Johnny Crooks from Cullybackey was a winner of the Linfield First Score the previous week with a 54 minute card, he also picks up £30.
Swedish visitor Johnny Ericsson with his good friend Andy McQuilkin
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Johnny Ericsson
A big welcome to our Swedish Sky Blue fan. Johnny Ericsson was at Seaview on Saturday bedecked in Sky Blue. He is spending a few days with friend Andy McQuilkin and wife Melanie. He is an Osterunds supporter which is a team that played Arsenal a few seasons ago. Come back to us soon Johnny, you will receive a great welcome in Ballymena.