Mary Moore, of Cullybackey, became the latest £1000 Jackpot winner in Sports Bond, Ballymena United’s weekly marketing initiative.
Mary’s Jackpot numbers of 19, 23, 24 and 27 were allocated on the 20th Jackpot draw attempt last week.
We also believe Mary is the first £1000 Jackpot winner in Cullybackey.
She is a member of close friend and former work colleague Julie Moore.
Affectionately known as the “Bond Girl”, Julie also picks up a £100 bonus as Mary’s winning agent.
Julie has been enjoying a fine run of results of late and this week she also had a £50 major winner with Joe Kyle (B7410) also from Cullybackey.
Good friends Mary and Julie were out celebrating their win when Sports Bond promoter and photographer caught up with the pair at the weekend.
Mary is also considering starting a new agency at her place of work in Cloughmills.
Congratulations to Mary and thanks to Julie for her great work for Sports Bond in Cullybackey.
For the third week in a row Maurice Anderson had a £50 major winner and a £10 minor winner, both are first time winners.
Geoff Reid (B4253) of Tullygarley won £50 and William Hull (A9617) of Fenaghy Park won £10. A great run of winners for Maurice of late.
In Broughshane Boyd Douglas had a £50 winner with Ballymena United supporter Alex Graham (A0810).
In Belfast David Creighton had a £10 winner with Lorene Johnston (B9722) while in Ballykeel Nathan Gilmore (A7197) was a £10 winner on his own agency.
So another £1000 Jackpot has come and gone. Almost £1200 has been given away this week on the best draw in Mid Antrim. A little bit of history has been created again on Sports Bond.
A larger part of our membership are women and Mary Moore has become the latest £1000 Jackpot winner. To join Sports Bond ring 07831 803970 or 2564 1886 (Tuesday) and join the race to be our next £1000 winner.
Another winner in the N Ireland v Romania First Score has won £30 but requested no publicity.
OLD CLOTHES FOR NEW PLAYERS
If you’re clearing out your wardrobe, donate your old clothes to the club. To arrange a collection ring 07831 803970.