WHAT THE EX­PERTS USE AS THEIR GUIDE

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - - NEWS - SALLY COATES sally.coates@news.com.au

COM­PAT­I­BIL­ITY is no joke or stroke of luck, there is a real sci­ence be­hind it as Sum­mer Maughan can at­test to.

The owner of Gold Coast match­mak­ing com­pany Mate4Life, Ms Maughan is cer­ti­fied by the School of Match­mak­ing and Re­la­tion­ship Sci­ences.

Ahead of vot­ing for our Bul­letin Bachies fi­nal­ists, our match­maker took a look at the el­i­gi­ble sin­gles to see who, in her ex­pert opin­ion, are most com­pat­i­ble.

“Some matches are more com­pat­i­ble than oth­ers,” she said. “Laura T and Ian both seem to en­joy early morn­ings and na­ture.

“Ashleigh and Tom N – both down to earth and full of pas­sion. Mor­gan and Tom O – Mor­gan could be that down to earth girl Tom is look­ing for.

“Stacey and Re­gan – a sense of fun and not tak­ing things too se­ri­ously is some­thing they both want in a part­ner. Lucy and Hay­den – both busy and full of mo­ti­va­tion and look­ing for the same in a part­ner.”

But we need you, the pub­lic, to de­cide who is truly the most com­pat­i­ble match. Head to our web­site to vote for the most com­pat­i­ble guy and girl who you would like to see link up.

The win­ners will share a meal at the lux­u­ri­ous Nine­teen at the Star and one night stay each in a King Su­pe­rior Deluxe Room at The Star Grand in­clud­ing break­fast. To­tal prize pool $1576 – but the great­est prize will be a shot at love.

Vot­ing closes mid­night, Fri­day, Oc­to­ber 19.

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