15 Dec 12:21
Xmas Raffle Results
CHRISTMAS RAFFLE 2011
The draw for the Christmas Raffle took place at the County Ground on Saturday, 10th December 2011.
The prizes and winners were:
Kindle wi-fi with leather cover
Logic Micro hi-fi with docking for iPod
24 Litre Electric Cool Box
£40 Marks & Spencers Voucher
Picnic Rug & 2 Picnic Chairs
Cutter & Buck – Pair of Golf Umbrella’s Simon Roffe
Bottle of Dow’s Classic Port
AA Book of Walks & Atlas
Dozen Callaway CXR Golf Balls
Jamie Oliver Book – 30 Minute Meals Mr Vickers
10 x Charity Paintball Tickets
Dan Brown Book – The Di Vinci Code
Gwen Russell Book – David Beckham
Bottle of Gallo Merlot Rose
High Visibility Jackets – Family Pack
Bottle of Chenet Vin Rouge
Bottle of Chenet Vin Blanc
Travel Genie – Bag / Holdall
Quechau Picnic Rug
Tin of Quality Street
Bottle of Mateus Rose
Dave from Triton Chemicals
Cadbury Fingers – Giant Box
I would like to thank everyone who sold tickets and donated prizes, in particular Chris Stuart of the Cricket Club (CC) who sold over £600 worth, Andy Taker (CC) who took £200 worth and Jon Coote (CC & HC), Mike Pinkney (CC), Paul Webb (CC), Nigel Bacon (CC), Steve West (CC), Brian Wood and myself (HC) who each contributed £50 or more towards ticket sales.
Special thanks to John Sheppard for selling tickets on the Party night. The overall profit will be just over £2150, a record for the raffle, which will be shared between the Hockey and Cricket Clubs.
Ticket sales have again reached an all time record. Many thanks to Chris Stuart for doing such a fantastic job organising the Cricket Club raffle ticket sales.
Book – Jamie Oliver, 30 minute Meals & 10 Charity Paintball Tickets – thanks to the Hockey Club
HOCKEY CLUB TICKET SALES
Huge thanks to our VP’s, Umpires & Friends of BHC who between them sold £290.
Highest ‘team sales’ went to the Men’s 3rd XI with £97. The Men’s 2nds were second highest with £90 followed by the Men’s Academy on £75.
Despite the record total sales this year (due in the main to the Cricket Club) the overall take up by playing members of the Hockey Club [who have the most to gain from the profits generated by the raffle] was disappointingly under 35%, with 7 teams contributing £50 or less each, ONLY 5 players allocations of tickets!
More work required here I feel.
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