The Sligo Rovers 500 Club has turned into the most important aspect of fundraising for the club as it is our only income stream at the moment.
The draw for March took place last week with Kathleen Burns claiming the top prize.
Conducted by chief executive of Sligo Rovers, Colin Feehily, and organised by 500 club chairman Vincent Nally and committee member Robbie Fitzpatrick, it was done using social distancing methods and with government guidance in mind.
At €20 a month, there is a chance to win some of the €13,400 on offer each year and all proceeds go to Sligo Rovers through the 500 Club, headed by Vincent.
€500 – Kathleen Burns – Cliffoney
€100 – Marcel Gordon – Strandhill
€100 – Karl McGowan – Ballymote
€100 – Al Murphy – Pearse Road
€100 – David Rouse – Dublin
€100 – Brian Scanlon – Molloway Place
€50 – Donal Kearns – Grange
€50 – Michael Donegan – Cartron Point
€50 – Niall Barlow – Riverstown
€50 – Ray Gallagher – Strandhill Road