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Finalists For Potters Foundation Draw Revealed

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FIVE lucky finalists have been confirmed for the Potters Foundation's upcoming Annual Jackpot Draw.

Earlier this week, Academy Director Dave Wright pressed the button to choose which members would scoop this year's £12,500 prize fund.

How much they win will be decided at Stoke City's Barclays Premier League home game with Southampton on Saturday 12th March.

All five finalists will be VIP guests at the Britannia Stadium for the match, where they will be wined and dined in a private Executive Box and experience a behind-the-scenes tour, before taking part in the draw process on the pitch during the half-time interval.

A star guest will draw names and prize amounts from two separate vases with a top prize of £6,000 on offer.

The finalists for this year's draw are Grant Bowers from Meir, Paul Ashton from Suffolk, Andrew Dent from Leek, Dean Broadhurst from Hartshill and Donald Wardle from Kent.

Money-Can't-Buy prizes are on offer all year round to members of the Potters Foundation, along with weekly cash draws, with all proceeds going directly into the development of players at the Club's Academy.

For more information on the Potters Foundation, click HERE.


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