|New winners on Sports Bond|
|Uploaded Sunday, 18th Oct, 2020 at 20:33|
|LAST week we saw smaller agents have a good week. However this week the winners were dominated by our two big agencies.|
On the agency of Patricia Thompson a couple of first time new winners. Hugh McCormick (A6609) was a £50 Major winner. Hugh joined Sports Bond just over a year ago, so congratulations to him. Also enjoying a first win was Robert Allen (A4467) who was a £10 minor winner. Maurice Anderson also had similar success with a Major £50 win for Thomas Hanna (A8152) in Cullybackey. In Galgorm Isabel Gillespie (A0221) was a £10 minor winner. Both Thomas and Isabel are long standing members and have family members also who are members.
Jackpot for this week will be £950 and if not won someone will be enjoying a £1000 jackpot for Halloween. Last weeks jackpot numbers were 18, 21, 25 and 26 and were not allocated and so the jackpot is a healthy £950.
Never a better time to join so ring 07831 803970 now.
|Sympathy is extended to Sports Bond members Davis and John Cahoon of Glenwhirrey on the passing of their mother Esther Cahoon. Esther was also a Sports Bond member since Sports Bond early days on the agency of the late Tommy Matthews and John Davison.|
|The confirmation of all this seasons Player Sponsors will be released on the BUFC website this week prior to the first home game of the season. A couple of players are still available so if you are interested contact Brian Thompson on 07831 803970.|
|If you are interested in becoming a Matchball Sponsor contact Brian Thompson on 07831 803970. With various media outlets available at the club this is a great way to gain publicity for your business or organisation.|
|Shave of Hope|
|The final tally for Brian Thompson's Shave of Hope is £493.95. This has been accepted and verified by Clare Caulfield of Bravehearts NI. Brian would like to thank all who supported the Shave of Hope by donation and sponsorship. Brian commented that he was delighted and humbled by the support of friends, Ballymena United supporters and general public. It will always be a positive memory of lockdown. Please support the work of Bravehearts NI who were wonderful in their support for vulnerable Bravehearts during the current pandemic.|
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