Tuesday 3rd October v. Lisburn Distillery (home) - BetMcLean League Cup rd1 - k.o: 7:45pm

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Senior citizens love Sports Bond
Uploaded Monday, 15th Aug, 2022 at 06:12

A LARGE membership of Sports Bond are senior citizens who are loyal and committed to the weekly draw. It always gives us much pleasure to have a senior citizen win on Sports Bond.
Just over a year ago Pauline Perry (A3373) joined Sports Bond and this week she was a £50 major winner on the agency of Maurice Anderson. Congratulations to Pauline and thanks for your support.

From Gracehill our 2nd Major winner lives in Connor and is a member of the Gregg family. The Gregg family have 3 of the family members of Sports Bond. This week is was Mervyn Gregg (B9165) who picked up a £50 Major winner. Mervyn has been a winner previously but not in recent times.

David Murphy (A7418) is now in his 2nd year as a member and we believe this is his third win in that time. David picks up a £10 minor win. As does Glenn Robinson (A700), proprietor of Ballymena Lawnmowers based at the top of the Carniny Road.

Jackpot for this week is £200 as the numbers 7, 19, 23, and 27 were not allocated. Join Sports Bond now on 07831 803970.
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Agents News
Sympathy is extended to the Moody family who have a couple of family members who have been long term members. To Billy Moody on the passing of his father Jimmy Moody and to Rachel Barr on the lost of her Grandfather.
First Score
First Score will be at Stangmore Park this week for the visit of the Sky Blues to play Dungannon. Make sure you support the club by purchasing a scratchcard and if you win you could be on the path to a complimentary season ticket for 2023/2024. Season Tickets are currently priced at £170 so it could be a wonderful opportunity to have a free season ticket.
Match Ball Sponsor
If you fancy making it a special day at the showgrounds why not become a match ball sponsor for the day. Hear more by contacting Brian Thompson on 07831 803970.

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