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Latest News - 29/09/2019

September 2019 Platinum Draw Winners

We’re delighted to announce the prize winners for September’s Platinum Draw and with it three new winners.

£1000-Mary Hamilton syndicate (Number 66)
£500-Tim Hatton (Number 86)
£200-Sport and Leisure syndicate (Number 25)
£100-Craig Murray (Number 64)

The Platinum Draw has £800 guaranteed prizes every month with quarterly prizes of £1000 and at Christmas there are four £1000 prizes paid out.

Please message the page or comment below to find out how you can get involved and be in with a chance of winning some great cash prizes as well as supporting the club at the same time.

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