Get your Annual Draw Ticket

 

Sligo Rovers 2016 Annual Draw is now underway.

The draw has been a huge success and a vital fundraiser for the club in recent years thanks to magnificent support from fans of the club and people of Sligo raising approximately €50,000 for the past several years.

The top prize again this year is a whopping €5,000 cash prize.

There’s nine other prizes to be won including Republic of Ireland premium level match tickets and several weekend breaks away. The full list is below.

A ticket costs just €10 and they will be on sale on matchnights, from any committee member, from sellers throughout the region in the coming weeks and online.

The draw will be held at our home game against Derry City at the end of July.

All support is greatly appreciated and best of luck to everyone who enters.

Full list of prizes:

1. €5,000

2. One night B&B for two people in the Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin.

3. Two nights B&B and one evening meal for two people in the Mespil Hotel, Dublin.

4. Two nights B&B for two people in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Galway.

5. Two nights B&B at Ennislare Guest House, Bangor, Co. Down with entry for two to the Titanic Exhibition in Belfast.

6. Sligo Rovers Season Ticket for 2017.

7. Two Premium Level tickets for Republic of Ireland against Wales on 24th March 2017 in the Aviva Stadium, Dublin.

8. Lamb (value €150).

9. €150 Cat and The Moon voucher.

10. Signed Sligo Rovers Jersey.

 

 

 

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