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Lucky Supporters Set For Cash Windfall

FIVE lucky Potters Foundation members will take to the field at the bet365 Stadium this afternoon bidding to claim the annual Jackpot Draw £6,000 first prize.

The Stoke City supporters, who were chosen at random last month with the help of first-team starlet Julien Ngoy, will be present on the pitch during the half-time interval of today's clash with Middlesbrough.

All five contestants are guaranteed a share of the £12,500 with prizes of £750, £1,250, £1,500, £3,000 and the showpiece £6,000 all up for grabs.

The finalists will be wined and dined in a Sky Box prior to the action getting underway before they make their way onto the hallowed turf to battle it out for the top prize.

The lucky finalists are:

David Beech, Malvern
Neil Checketts, Alsager
John Tucker, Rhyl
Sheila Smith, Fenpark
Richard Warburton, Baddeley Green

If you aren't a member of the Potters Foundation yet, then fear not as you can still join in time to win plenty of money can't buy prizes, in addition to the weekly cash draws, between now and the end of the 2016/17 season.

As well as enjoying the benefits of the draws, your money will also go towards funding youth development within the Stoke City Academy so why not join now and play your part in helping shape the stars of tomorrow.

For more details on the Potters Foundation, click HERE

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