The winning numbers were as follows. £1000 – Purple ticket number 38899 – The winner has asked to remain anonymous, but is donating the money to Charlton Farm Children’s Hospice South West the under the name of Ben Pritchard. #BeMoreBen If you would like to donate to the #BeMoreBen campaign you can do so via JustGiving.Signed Bristol City calendar- Purple ticket number 40524 – Unclaimed. Ticket sold by Sandra.Supporters aged 16+ are be able to purchase a Matchday Draw ticket from ticket sellers located throughout Ashton Gate for just £1, who will be distinguishable by their purple Community Trust tabards.The winning tickets are announced at half-time via the PA system and @BCCommTrust’s Twitter, while the drawn numbers will also feature on the big screens inside Ashton Gate.Fans who possess a winning ticket will be invited pitchside to claim their prize and have their photo with the Community Trust team.All of the proceeds after deducting sums for prizes and expenses will be used to support the work of the Community Trust, assisting them in delivering their diverse programmes, projects and schemes throughout the Bristol region.
“We’ve had a successful pre-season and everybody’s playing collectively as a unit,” Gray told Bristol Flyers TV.“We’ve learned a lot of things during pre-season – it was a great experience and I know everyone’s excited for Saturday.“Over our the last four games we’ve learned how to play together at as team.”We started off slow against Worcester and they got off to a hot start. They’re a very good shooting team, so we had to adjust on the defensive end and force them into taking difficult shots. The 6ft8in defensive specialist helped Flyers go unbeaten in pre-season, holding their opponents to an average of just 53 points ahead of Saturday night’s season opener against London City Royals.