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  • Thursday December 2nd, 2010 @ 22:12

SUPPORT ST PAT’S BUMPER XMAS RAFFLE

The St Pat's Christmas Bumper raffle is now up and running and we're asking all Saints supporters to take a ticket or two and be in with a chance of winning some fabulous prizes (as listed below).

Tickets are available at €5.00 each from the club shop and club offices and all monies raised go to support the club.

Tickets can also be posted to you so if you would like to purchase tickets or to take a book of tickets to sell on behalf of the club, please do not hesitate to contact the club on 01 454 6332 or email info@stpatsfc.com .

To give you an extra chance of winning we are offering a free book of raffle tickets worth €50.00 if you can name the 8 ‘Pat's celebrities' in the picture.

Reply with your list of full names to info@stpatsfc.com before 3.00pm on Friday.

Please remember that all raffle tickets and monies must be returned to the club by Dec 15th.

PRIZES AVAILABLE INCLUDE

  • Bumper Christmas Hamper
  • Overnight Accommodation & golf for 4people in Roganstown Hotel
  • A €250 voucher at Cassidy Travel and dinner for 2 at the Lucan Spa Hotel
  • TV 19” LCD Plasma sponsored by expertireland.com
  • Accommodation in the Hilton Hotel and a Newbridge Silverware Pendant
  • St Patrick's Athletic Hamper
  • Christmas Party Drinks Hamper
  • A four ball at Roganstown Golf Club and a €50 Cassidy Travel Voucher
  • €100 voucher from the Saints Superstore

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    Founded in 1929 the 'Saints' play in the Premier Division of the SSE Airtricity League at Richmond Park, in Inchicore Dublin 8, Ireland.

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