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Potters Foundation Members Hit The Jackpot

THE POTTERS FOUNDATION took centre stage during Saturday's Barclays Premier League game with Southampton as £12,500 of prize money was given away in the Annual Jackpot Draw.

Andy Wilkinson and Neil 'Nello' Baldwin were the special guests for the proceedings which took place on the pitch during the half-time interval.

Names and prize money amounts were drawn by the popular duo, with Andrew Dent scooping the top prize of £6,000 and Dean Broadhurst netting a cool £3,000.

The £1,500, £1,250 and £750 prizes were won by Grant Bowers, Paul Ashton and Donald Wardle respectively.

Saturday's draw was the culmination to a fantastic VIP day out for the five lucky finalists, having been selected at random from the full list of Potters Foundation members.

They were wined and dined in their own private Executive Box before taking in the game from some of the best views available, having been accompanied for the day by Potters Foundation representatives Sarah Colclough and Richard Marsden.

The Annual Jackpot Draw is just one of a number of 'money-can't-buy' prizes are on offer all year round to members, 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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