MILLERS LAUCH XMAS DRAW WITH SOME CRACKING PRIZES!
Carlton Town can today announce the official launch of their 2021 Christmas Draw.
The Millers maintained their unbeaten home league record with a 0-0 draw against Histon on Saturday and Boatsy who is jointly promoting the Christmas draw with Chairman Mick Garton told us, the lads looked as though they had lost when they came in the clubhouse at the end but an upbeat Boatsy told us.
“They need not feel down, these games happen and are part and parcel of the season, it did not fall for us on Saturday and despite a late rally when we hit the woodwork and their keeper made good saves, Histon set up well and deserved their point”
Boatsy is now turning his attentions to the Christmas draw and for securing sponsors for up and coming games and this website understands he will have more positive news this coming week.
Brillant prizes have already been secured for this years draw with the fantastic support of our main sponsors Msr Newsgroup and we can today announce 9 prizes.
1 Executive Box hospitality for 2 at Trent Bridge to include food and drink for a T20 game in 2022.
2. Executive box hospitality for 2 at Nottingham Forest for a game in 2022.
3. £50 Voucher Boot Room , West Bridgford
4.£50 Staunton Arms Voucher, Vale of Belvoir
5. £30 Bombay Voucher , West Bridgford
6. 3 course meal for 2 at Prezzo plus glass of wine each.
7. 2 Tickets to Cineworld with Popcorn and drinks Vouche
8.£20 Voucher Nandos
9. £20 Voucher Pizza Express
The draw will be on the evening of Tuesday 21st December at the Clubhouse with hopefully a special guest and all are invited down for mince pies and a few tunes from the Chairman on the club’s decks.
Both Mick and Boatsy will be asking Supporters, players, coaches, Sponsors and Commitee to get behind this draw, which is vital to the club’s financial commitments going forward.
A big thankyou to Dave Perrin, Nigel Harlow, Dave Skellington pictured with the first tickets sold along with Dave Hodgson and the brilliant guys from Chetnet who combined have brought the first 6 books totalling £120.