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  • Monday September 5th, 2011 @ 16:04

Last Man Standing Competition

The St Patrick's Athletic Suppoters Club are running a Last Man Standing fund raising competition for the Club.

Entry Fee: €10

Prize Money
Prize money is 50% of what is taken in. The other 50% goes directly to the Club.

The Rules

1) Pick one team each week from the English Premier League
• If the team wins, you progress
• If the team draws or loses, you're out
2) If you don't pick a team, or there any late postponements, you get the next available team in Alphabetical order
3) Once you have picked a team, you cannot pick them for remainder of competition.
4) Teams (with your name on the first week) should be texted to 086 4008788 or e-mailed to stpatsfundraising@gmail.com before 12 noon on Saturdays
5) Midweek games are NOT included (Weekend is Saturday to Monday)
6) The game will start with the games to be played the weekend of Saturday 10th September to Monday 12th September

Winner

1) Competition will continue until there is only one entrant left
2) If the remaining 2-3 players are knocked out on the same weekend, the prize will be shared equally
3) If the remaining 4 or more players are knocked out on the same weekend, those 4 or more will continue on the following week, with all teams picked so far remaining as picked

Payment can be made in cash to John Owens (or any of the Supporters Club/Patrons committee) or at the Supporters Hut before each game or at half- time, or via paypal to stpatsfundraising@gmail.com

Next Fixture

Drogheda United / October 3rd @ 3:00pm
Competition: Under 15s
Venue: Bernard Curtis Park
 
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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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