Summer Draw Winners Announced - Photo Added

The Summer Draw took place yesterday following the opening match of the season.

The Winners were drawn by the Town & County Club Pesident, Billy Manson, who also were match sponsors for the game against Cove Rangers.

The winners are;

  • £300 - Mrs Innes

  • £200 - Johnny Harrold

  • £100 - Emma

Mrs Innes seen receiving her winning prize from Wick Academy chairman Colin Stewart
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Many many thanks to everyone who bought and sold tickets to boost the Clubs finances.

Alistair Ross
Secretary
Wick Academy FC

Summer Draw

In an effort to try to get the club back onto a more stable financial footing the club are running a Summer Draw. The draw will be drawn at the Harmsworth Park on the first day of the season on 6 August 2005.

If any member or supporter would be able to sell a few tickets please contact Ken Wood or any other Committee member. Tickets should also be available at the County show this weekend.

Thanks

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Premier Club Forms Now Available for download

Support Wick Academy FC by joining the WAFC Premier Club.

THE monthly draw where all proceeds go to Wick Academy FC.
All for £1.50 per week payable in a variety of convenient ways.
£9,500 in prizes paid out every year.
Weekly prizes of £50 and £100 plus two £1,000 draws per year.
Applcations forms have been printed and are available from any club official, or download the form here  premier_form.pdf

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List of winners can be displayed here.

D Steven & Son remain main sponsor

WAFC are pleased to anounce that their main sponsor for season 20052006 are once again D Steven and Son.

This is the 4th year that the firm have sponsored the club.

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Work in progress at Harmsworth park

Work has begun at the Harmsworth park for the coming season.

This work includes:-

  • The Council repairing and upgrading the Change-rooms
  • Seats removed from the South Stand
  • Replacement seats in main stand
  • Crush barriers being erected in the South Stand
  • Tea hut and dugouts painted


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Drewie Farquhar tidies up the tea hut in preparation for the coming season

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The majority of the seats have been removed from the South Stand.
Crush barriers are to be installed shortly.