Annual Draw reaches €40,000 mark

The amount raised in ticket sales for this year's Annual Draw topped €40,000 yesterday ahead of Thursday's drawing.

The fundraiser, a key event in the club’s calendar each year, will see a prize of €5,000 claimed at half-time in the Europa League clash with FK Banga. 
 
Supporters are asked to return all books by Thursday at the game in The Showgrounds. It is still possible to buy tickets online through the link at the end of this paragraph. Every ticket sale makes a huge difference to the club and is greatly appreciated. http://www.sligorovers.com/shop/product/annual-draw-ticket
 
Other prizes include two nights B&B and evening meal in the Mespil Hotel in Dublin, two nights B&B in the Clarion Hotel and evening meal in Dublin and two nights B&B and evening meal in the Barna Hotel in Galway.
 
There is also a stay in Ennislare House in Belfast and tickets for the Titanic Quarter as part of the breakaway.
 
A night in the Ballsbridge Hotel in Dublin is prize eight, a 2015 Sligo Rovers season ticket and two premium level tickets for any Republic of Ireland home game in 2014/2015 can also be won.
 
The final prize is a signed Sligo Rovers jersey.
 
Tickets will be able to purchase for €10 per ticket before the game with Banga.
 

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