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Maurice "Nets" a Major Hat Trick on Sports Bond
Uploaded Sunday, 18th Sep, 2016 at 21:45

MAURICE Anderson has been enjoying fine form on Sports Bond, however this week he surpassed even his brilliant best with a sensational 3 major £50 winners. In football terms a "major hat trick".
His first major winner was Ellen Stewart (A7115), his second was Stephen Scullion (B4925) and his third was David Logan (A7304). All three winners were spread throughout Maurices territory of Ahoghill, Gracehill and Riverdale. For each £50 major winner Maurice picks up a bonus of £5.

In the minor £10 section a recent £50 major winner Niall Fulton (A7600) picked up a £10 prize. David Foster (A8694) was a £10 winner on the agency of Tommy Matthews and Sky Blue fan Michael Scroggie was a £10 winner in Broughshane.

No Jackpot was won with the numbers 10, 18, 19 and 24 and so the Jackpot for this week is £500, halfway to the Jackpot being capped at £1000. To join Sports Bond ring 028 2564 1886 (Tuesdays) or 07831 803970, only £1 per week. Sports Bond is licensed by Mid and East Antrim Council.
First Score
Tommy Cavan was a happy Sky Blue fan at Shamrock Park on Saturday. He witnessed an excellent performance by the Sky Blues and picked up £30 as the First Score winner. Kyle Owens opening score was in the fourth minute and Tommy got his first First Score win of the season.
The Walk of Hope
With a good luck kiss from Clare Caulfield and a handshake from councillor Steven Nicholl of Mid and East Antrim Council, off set Brian Thompson on his "Walk of Hope" for Bravehearts NI. The destination was Shamrock Park, Portadown. In his first Walk of Hope in April to Carrick, Brian encountered hailstones, wind, sun and rain.
This time it was sunshine all the way along the route to Antrim, Crumlin, Lower Ballinderry, Aghalee, Lurgan, 8 roundabouts and eventually Portadown town centre. In the town centre there were mammoth crowds for "Country Comes to Town" even some Ballymena people down for the event. They were surprised to see a Sky Blue shirt with collection volunteers Nicole and Shealin.
Brian eventually arrived at Shamrock Park at 1.45, unfortunately Portadown had given permission to another charity to do a collection however the club graciously allowed Brian to enter the Boardroom for a quick address to officials and sponsors. This was supported superbly!
The next target for the "Walk of Hope" is Coleraine for the match on October 1st.