|Mandy has that winning feeling on Sports Bond|
|Uploaded Monday, 6th Jun, 2022 at 09:06|
|ANOTHER great week for lady members on Sports Bond. This week had two very different stories about our major winners.|
For Mandy Millar (A6884) it was very much a case of deja vu as she won a £50 major winner this week. Mandy has been a multiple winner in the past and she has continued her success on the agency of the Seven Towers under the guidance of Tommy Patterson.
However for our second major winner the week it is an entirely new feeling. Randalstown resident Lucy Peoples (A8148) had her first major £50 win. Lucy is a member on the agency of Alastair Shaw. Lets hope this is the start of much good fortune for Lucy just like Mandy.
Our third lady member to win this week is a yearly payer Marie Campbell (A7914) of Ballymena who was a £10 minor winner. Time for husband David who is also a Sports Bond member to get in on the winning act. Our only male winner this week was on the agency of Maurice Anderson and that was Clifford Robinson (A4473) who picked up a £10 minor winner.
The jackpot continues to rise with the numbers 2, 3, 9, and 20 not allocated and the jackpot is £900 for this week's draw. There is never a better time to join Sports Bond so ring 07831 803970 now.
|Direct canvassing was in the Woodgreen area last Tuesday evening and signed up a few new members. This week it hopes to return to Broughshane area.|
Best wishes is extended to Mary McKeeman of Ballykeel who had an unfortunate fall while out and sadly broke both arms. However Mary remains in good spirits and we hope she makes a full recovery.
Our deepest sympathy is extended to Sports Bond members James and Victoria Kennedy on their recent bereavements which has been a deeply personal loss.
Birthday wishes to Mary Galbraith who celebrates her birthday on Wednesday and to Broderick Young who celebrates his birthday.
Last week the writer made a comment that Mark Wylie's feat of three in a row is unlikely to be repeated for some time. What a mistake that claim was to be. Step forward another Mark. In Cullybackey Mark Anderson has always been a great First Score supporter. Mark won on the Irish Cup final but did not take part in the FA Cup or Europa League finals. He then won on the Champions League and then last week won on the Northern Ireland versus Greece promotion. Now he and Mark Wylie will take part in our final first score of the season Northern Ireland versus Cyprus next Sunday.
Another winner for the Champions league final has been found and an Everton supporter at that. Congratulations to Jordan Millar who had a winning 59 minute card and collects £30.
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