|Raymond is of the mark on Sports Bond|
|Uploaded Monday, 18th Jul, 2022 at 07:57|
|IT is always nice to see a member get of the mark with a Sports Bond win. Even more so when the member has been a member for quite a few years without success.|
Congratulations then to Raymond Weir (A5178) of Princess Street on his major £50 win. Raymond is a member on Patricia Thompson's agency who had double major success with John White (B3122). The well known member of the Ballymena football fraternity has been a winner previously and the local Spurs fan is keenly waiting in anticipation of the start of the English Premier League.
Another B winner was Pamela Hamilton (B1889) up in Ballykeel who was a £10 minor winner. Pamela has been a supporter of Sports Bond for many years. The other minor winner this week was Donny Robinson (A5837). The Bespoke Decor proprietor based at the Woodside Road Industrial Estate has enjoyed success before on Sports Bond.
The jackpot continues to rise as no jackpot was found with the numbers 1, 15, 21, and 24. This week it stands at £250.
We were saddened to learn of the passing of one of our senior members Elizabeth McCormick of Carnduff drive recently. We send our deepest sympathy to the family.
Congratulations to Henry McConnell of Glewherry who celebrates his 80th birthday this week Henry has been a lifelong Ballymena United supporter and a previous committee member.
Also celebrating their birthday next weekend are Nolene Ervine on Saturday and Jacqueline Marshall on Sunday. Both are members on Maurice Anderson's agency.
Best wishes to Sports Bond member Ivor Brady who has some health issues at present. We wish him well for a speedy recovery.
|Our First Score of the new season commences with the Community Shield between Liverpool and Manchester City on July 31st. Cards for this will be going into distribution this week and are priced at £1.|
|Direct canvassing was active in Broughshane, Ballykeel and Camphill areas this week and was successful. However you don't have to wait until the knock on the door, you can ring 078 3180 3970 or 028 2564 1886 instead and join up.|
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