David Curran is £500 better off this week after his name was plucked first from the hat in November’s 200 Club draw.
Conducted by Ryan Catney at half-time of the Reds’ Danske Bank Premiership defeat of Coleraine on Saturday, the draw saw Matthew McMullan pick up the runner-up prize of £250, in addition to £100 for Mark Anderson.
The three £100 pots, meanwhile, went to Sean McClean, Sean O’Connell and Marc Smyth and, as ever, Cliftonville Football Club is grateful to all participants for their continued support of the project.
November 2019’s 200 Club Results
£500: David Curran
£250: Matthew McMullan
£100: Mark Anderson
£50: Sean McClean
£50: Sean O’Connell
£50: Marc Smyth
This week’s draw continued the 12th season of jackpots being divided among Cliftonville supporters, whom the project has made £158,000 richer since its introduction in the summer of 2008.
Indeed, with more than £300,000 having been divided between the Football Club and our fans in the last 11 years, it’s clear why the 200 Club remains such a popular venture for everyone at Solitude.
Raising £2000 per month courtesy of £10 contributions from 200 supporters, the scheme donates half of all proceeds to Cliftonville FC and spreads the other half among five lucky members of the programme – with the Club forgoing its cut in December and July so that our fans’ prize pots can be doubled.
If you’d like to get involved in future draws, there are two ways to become a member of the 200 Club:
For just £10 per month, you will be entered into a draw which will take place regularly throughout the season and, with £14,000 worth of prize money available, this is a great opportunity to help the Football Club and win some great cash prizes for yourself, so don’t delay – sign up today.