Laithwaite Independent Financial Advisers

Boost the Budget Draw winner and Bucket update

Ian Nicholson
5:02pm, Wed 16th Oct 2013
The latest Boost the Budget draw winner is James Cruikshank who wins a basket of Dutch treats kindly donated by 'The Dutch Cards', Koen, Noud, Frank, Bram, Kevin, Arco, Mark, Bert and Robert.

James has been a supporter for 20 years now and attends games with his dad Andy, brother Matt and friends Brian and Dan. His high points as a supporter were the three FA Trophy Finals at Wembley. James is a big fan of Garry Hill and Steve Thompson and feels they are doing a brilliant job for us. He thinks the acquisition of Scott Rendell has made a big difference and although we have been unlucky not to score in the last few games we are making plenty of chances. With the defence also tightening up James is hopeful that we will now start pushing up the table.

Thank you for supporting Boost the Budget James and enjoy your stroopwafel with a bottle of 'probably the best known Dutch lager in the world.'

Also we would like to thank all those who have contributed to the recent Boost the Budget Bucket collections. The last one raised £238 and so far this season we have collected about £700 which adds to the playing budget and also acquires club shares for the Cards Trust.

Thanks again to the Dutch Cards and we hope to see them over at Kingfield again soon.

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