Why A Super Draw?

December 15, 2016

Why is there a “Rollover-style” 50/50 Super Draw in the near future?

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At the beginning of the 2015/16 season the 50/50 Rules were rewritten.

This was partly in response to supporters suggestions and partly as a necessary update.

Previously, the unclaimed prizes were handed over to the BRFC Academy at the season end.

Since the rule change unclaimed prizes greater in value than £500 result in a “Rollover-style” Super Draw.

The Fleetwood Town TOP prize from November 1st of £954 was not claimed in the six-week time period.

Therefore, the prize fund from that match is added to the prize fund for the SUPER DRAW.

The TOP prize will be a minimum of £1,500 and the second prize will be at least £500 and not the usual £100.

This means that the prize fund will be one of the highest ever recorded.

For a further explanation of the rules please see below.

BRSC 50/50 RULES

50/50 Draw

Bristol Rovers Supporters Club Investing In Youth 50/50 Draw Rules

1) 50% of the net value of the tickets sold for each Investing In Youth draw will be allocated to the Academy at Bristol Rovers Football Club to be spent on previously agreed objectives.

2) 50% of the net value of the tickets sold for each Investing In Youth draw will constitute the cash prize(s) for that draw, or a subsequent Super Draw, if the prize is unclaimed.

3) There will be only one main prize when ticket sales are less than £1,000. When total ticket sales exceed £1,000, a fixed second prize of £100 will be added to the main prize.

4) The prize winning numbers will be announced on the public address system, after the draw is completed at half-time, at Bristol Rovers Home fixtures.

5) The prize(s) can be collected on the day from the Bristol Rovers Supporters Club official(s) at the match upon production of the winning ticket(s).

6) The Bristol Rovers Supporters Club at 199 Two Mile Hill Road should be contacted on (0117) 9611 772 to arrange prize collection at other times.

7) All prizes are to be claimed within 6 weeks of the draw itself.

8) Any unclaimed prizes can be treated either as a donation to the Academy department at Bristol Rovers FC or as a contribution towards a Super Draw in that same season.

9) If there are over £500 of prize funds unclaimed, the BRSC Executive Committee will identify a game within the same season, publish this information widely, and add the unclaimed prizes to the prize fund for a one-off Super Draw of up to £2,000.

10) Any prizes not claimed at the end of the season will be donated to the BRFC Academy.

11) The Bristol Rovers Supporters Club, the Bristol Rovers FC board and the staff of the BRFC Academy will identify prior to the season the ways in which the funds raised by the 50/50 raffle will be allocated.

12) Details of the winning ticket(s) will be available on the Bristol Rovers Supporters Club website.

To find details of past winning tickets:- CLICK HERE

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