The April Strandhill Community Park 50 / 50 draw took place tonight at our 50th Anniversary match versus Sligo Rovers.
On hand watching the game was Patrick Sweeney to claim the top prize of €300. Patrick is pictured on the left with club secretary John Daffy.
The prizes were drawn by Mick McEnroe of title sponsor Harmac.
The full list of winners are as follows:
€300 Patrick Sweeney, Strandhill
€200 Manus Shields, Strandhill
€100 Shane Quill, Strandhill
€100 Fergal O’Hara, Ransboro
A big thank you and welcome to new members who have joined in April. We are edging closer to 150 draw members which will push the monthly prize fund up to €750 with €350 for the first out of the hat and €200 for second, so please continue to like, share and comment on the draw on your social media accounts and help get all the community behind the park development.
To enter the 50/50 Development draw simply click on the link below:
The draw only costs €10 each month - the equivalent cost of a cup of coffee each week !
Our target is to get 200 people so that we can service the debt on the park development and continue to improve the facilities.
When you have signed up we are encouraging everyone to use the hashtag #StrandhillIveSignedUp to use on their social media and to promote the draw
The draw takes place each month and winners will be contacted by phone with results published across the club’s social media channels.
The park development draw supports the bank loans which the club have taken on to develop and maintain the community park in Strandhill. The club has invested €1.3m in the park since its inception and has recently completed a €250,000 project which includes a floodlit community walkway, spectator facilities and convert the park into an environmentally friendly park - called ECO Park.
The 50/50 draw is very simple. 50% of the income is paid out in prize money each month ! This is unusual as it is a high percentage but the club wants to ensure good prize money for those joining the draw.
We now have almost 150 people signed up so please pass on the message on your social media and help get all the community behind the park development.