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Ten Foundation Finalists Confirmed

THE TEN FINALISTS for the annual Potters Foundation Double Your Money draw were announced at last weekend's Barclays Premier League game against West Ham United.

Academy Under-18s captain Ed Sanders made the draw last week, with those people being picked by the computer to take to the pitch at half-time of the Potters' clash with Hull City on Saturday 29th March.

There will be a total of £12,500 up for grabs; five prizes of £175 each then five more doubling up from £375 to £750, £1,500, £3,000 and finally £6,000 for the first prize.

All ten finalists will be guaranteed a prize and their day will also include a full tour of the Britannia Stadium and dining prior to the game.

The members drawn out were:

Clive Harrison, Ian Wooley, Lance Mannion, Mark Cooper, Mark Gribble, Matt Robinson, Michael Cook, Philip Allen, Richard Charnley, Roger Wright

The Potters Foundation, which currently has over 1,500 members, is a unique membership scheme with the main objective to raise funds for youth development in the Club's Academy.

All members are also entered into weekly All Stars Lottery draws with cash prizes on offer.

For more information on the Potters Foundation, click HERE.

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