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Annual Jackpot Draw Made

POTTERS FOUNDATION members were centre stage at the West Bromwich Albion game . . . as ten lucky members competed in the annual Double Your Money Jackpot Draw.

The ten finalists took to the pitch at half-time of the game at the Britannia Stadium, with Malcolm Jones going on to scoop the main £6,000 prize.

Their day started with a tour of the stadium in the morning by Club legend Terry Conroy, before they took in a meal at the nearby Tollgate before returning for pre-match hospitality.

Once on the pitch they avoided the sprinkler systems to be joined by Andy Wilkinson who helped to conduct the draw and give out the lucky prizes.

Malcolm scooped the main prize of £6,000 whilst Natalie Simpson won £3,000, Stephen Howell £1,500, Robert Wood £750, Debbie Ward £375 and Clifford Birch, Robert Brough, Alan Jones, David Mason, Kevin Harborow all scooping £175.

Two further draws are set to place next month, with one offering unique access inside Clayton Wood Training Ground, the day to day home of the players, to see them train as well as the chance to dine with them inside their own Refectory.

The other is to be a guest of the Foundation and be a "King For A Day" for the upcoming Norwich City game on Saturday 6th April.

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