$ 10,000 on the line for fans
GOLD MINE: Stathi Mihalis and Ben Smith from Angus Smith Sports Power hope to win THERE will be a $ 10,000 pot of gold to share for the lucky people who correctly guess the winners in the first round of the NRL and the fourth round of the Super Rugby this weekend.
It’s the largest jackpot to ever be offered in the first week of the Footy Forecast competition.
Townsville Bulletin mark e t i n g manage r S u s a n Gillespie said it was excit- ing to see the the NRL season get under way.
‘‘ All you have to do is pick the winning team for the NRL and the Super Rugby out of the printed rounds,’’ she said.
Entry f orms are published each week in the Townsville Bulletin.
Co mpl e t e d f o r ms c a n either be dropped in to the Bulletin office or to the red entry box at McDonald’s Restaurants at The Lakes, Aitkenvale, Willows, North Ward, Fairfield Waters or Rasmussen by 5pm Friday March 11. They can also be posted to Footy Forecast c/ o Townsville Bulletin, P. O. Box 2030, Townsville.
There is a limit of 200 entries per person, family or syndicate, with those lodging multiple entries to provide proof of purchase of newspapers.