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Despite footballing activities coming to a halt, our 100+ Club is very much still in full flow, with the draw taking place earlier this week.

This month’s draw was made using a Random Number Generator and the results are as follows.

1st: John Smith – £146.00

2nd: Gregory Rowe – £87.00

3rd: Gail Gulvin – £58.40

4th: Georgina Weaver – £43.80

5th: Barry Pool – £29.20

A total of £350.36 will be given to the club from this draw, leaving the overall total to the club so far as an amazing £24,683.60.

A special mention must go to the winner of this month’s 2nd prize, Greg Rowe. Having been contacted to inform him of his winnings by 100+ Club co-ordinator John Richardson, Greg kindly donated his winnings back to the Club.

The Club would like to thank Greg for this wonderful gesture, and also John for his continued work with the 100+ Club.

The 100+ Club is a way to support the Club in these uncertain times. For more information, email 100club@bromleyfc.co.uk.

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Wembley 1949

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