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Sky Blue winners on Sports Bond
Uploaded Sunday, 16th Oct, 2016 at 20:50

IT HAS been a great week for all the Sky Blue faithful, wins over Linfield and Crusaders in the same week do not come around all that often!
For two of the Sky Blue faithful it has even been a better week as both were £50 major winners on Sports Bond. They were Michael Scroggie (C6075) from Broughshane and former Sports Bond agent Matthew Whyte (A5198) from Portglenone. Surprisingly Michael's partner in his Saturday four ball at the golf club is Eddie Gilmore who was a £50 major winner last week. In Cullybackey agent Julie Moore had a £50 winner with son Glen Moore (B5696).

Agent Richard McClean had two minor £10 winners with Darren Carey (A3966) and Albert Boam (A6258). Newly married Lyndsey Russell (A9198) was a £10 winner on Vicki Russell's agency.

Still no Jackpot allocated with the numbers 12, 13 21 and 22 and the Jackpot continues to rise, this week it is £700!
Agent News
Best wishes go to Drew Cochrane a Sky Blue legendary supporter known affectionately as the blind golfer. Drew has recently undergone major surgery and has been absent from his beloved Showgrounds. We hope Drew will be back with us soon, Drew is a great Sports Bond supporter having been a previous £1000 Jackpot winner.
New Agent
Welcome to a new agent. Alison Elliott from Broughshane has created an agency amongst family and friends and patrons of the Halfway House where she works. Well done Alison and we look forward to your first winners.
First Score
The winner of the First Score for Northern Ireland v Germany was none other than Maurice Anderson, Maurice had a 13 minute winning card and wins £30. Next First Score at Mourneview Park this Saturday.
Player Sponsor
A few players remain to be sponsored, help the club by sponsoring a player and have your name in the programme and website. Contact Brian Thompson on 07831 803970.
Walk of Hope
Many Ballymena supporters will be making their way to Mourneview on Saturday by coach, bus and car. For Brian Thompson it will be by foot as he continues on his "Walk of Hope" for Bravehearts NI. If you see Brian on the road give him a sound of your car horn to encourage him on his way.