The 350 began life as the 200 club back in the 1980′s and was the brainchild of Nobby Wykes.
The idea is that the club sells 350 tickets numbered from 1 to 350. Each ticket costs £5 and that number is yours throughout the five monthly draws.
The 350 club runs from May to September and from November to March with each draw taking place on the last Tuesday of the month usually in the Cogenhoe Sports and Social Club.
The numbers are drawn by whoever is in the Sports and Social Club at the time.
There are four monthly prizes
- 1st prize £ 100
- 2nd prize £ 50
- 3rd prize £ 30
- 4th prize £ 10
The growth of the draw from 200 to today’s figure of 350 is testament to the support the club receives from the good people of Cogenhoe, the club’s members and the selling skills of Terry Tarpley, Dave Patrick, Phil Whiteman and Roy Quennell.
Results of the monthly draws are posted in the Sports and Social Club as well as being sent by email to those who request it. If you would like to support Cogenhoe Cricket Club by purchasing a 350 club ticket then please contact Terry on 01604 890 159 or e mail Roy at email@example.com and they will be only to pleased to give you more details about the competition.
The new club website www.cogenhoecc.co.uk will also carry the latest draw results as well as past draw winners.
Football Bingo is our very popular football competition which is easy to play and could win you a very nice sum of money. Indeed our 2010 / 2011 winner Adam Lee-Brown carried off a first prize of £275 all for a £10 entry fee. As well as a top prize of at least £250 there are many other prizes as well as the very funny weekly e mails and up dates sent out by Phil Whiteman which keep you right up to date with how your teams are doing. Due to demand we have upped the number of entries to 72 and we urge people to book their entry early please as there were a lot of people disappointed last year. To book your entry into the 2011/2012 competition please contact Phil on 07941 438557 or e mail Roy Quennell on firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the sample bingo card for the 2011 / 2012 football season.
Everytime one of your teams scores a league goal check the time as recorded on Football 365.com and if it corresponds with one of your bingo numbers then mark it off.Prizes will be awarded for the first person to mark of 7 numbers, the last person to cross off number 90,the first person to cross off the middle line, the first person to mark off number 9,the first person to mark off a full house, the last person to mark off any number and a prize for the first person to cross off times that add up to 210 minutes without going over 210 and the new Heaven and Hell prize.
92 league clubs plus, clubs from The Blue Square Premier league, La Liga in Spain and Serie A in Italy have been used in our Football Bingo competition.
Based on their final league positions from the 2010 /11 season the leading 72 teams have been paired with the last 72 sides. For example Manchester United who won the Premiership are paired with Alfreton Town from the Blue Square Premier league, they are followed by Chelsea and AFC Telford and so on. This gives us 72 sets of two teams.
Each pair of sides will be placed in an envelope along with a bingo style card. The bingo card will have 15 numbers on it from 1 to 90. Every card has the same 15 numbers on them. The draw to determine which sides become your teams for 2011/2012 takes place at our Presidents Day evening Barbecue on Saturday 30 th July 2011.
When either of your nominated sides score a LEAGUE goal if the time of that goal corresponds with a number that appears on your card then just like at bingo you cross off that number. Play off games do not count.
The times of the goals scored will be taken from the football365 website only to avoid any confusion.
Any goals scored that appear as 45 +2 or 90+3 will be for the purpose of this competition stand as goals scored in the 45 and 90 minutes.
The first person to mark off number 9 will receive a cash prize
The first person to mark off any 7 numbers on their card will receive a cash prize.
The first person to mark off the middle line (14-39-52-75-88) will receive a cash prize.
The last person to mark off number 90 will receive a cash prize.
The last person to mark off any number will receive a cash prize.
The first person to mark off all their 15 numbers will receive a cash prize.
The first person to mark off times that add up to 210 minutes will receive a cash prize.
The person that finishes bottom of the grid will receive a cash prize.
The first person to mark off the Heaven and Hell numbers of 24, 39, 45 and 90 will receive a cash prize.
In the event of two or more people making a claim on the same day the winner will be the person whose goal / number was scored first. If the goal / number happens to be the same number then the prize will be shared.
In the event of a game being abandoned, no goals scored in that game will count. Only goals scored in games that are played over the full 90 minutes.
Entries are just £10 per envelope.
IF all 72 envelopes are sold then the prize for the first person to mark of the middle line will be £25
IF all 72 envelopes are sold then the prize for the first person to cross off number 9 will be £25
IF all 72 envelopes are sold then the prize for the last person to cross off number 90 will be £25
If all 72 envelopes are sold then the first person to cross of the Heaven and Hell numbers of 24, 39, 45 and 90 will receive £25
IF all 72 envelopes are sold then the prize for last person to cross off any number will be £25
IF all 72 envelopes are sold then the prize for the first person to cross off 7 numbers will be £50
The person that finishes bottom of the grid will receive a prize of £10
If all 72 envelopes are sold then the prize for the first person to cross off times adding up to 210 minutes will be £25*
* If nobody wins this part of the competition then the £25 will roll over to the following season.
IF all 72 envelopes are sold then the prize for the first person to cross off all 15 numbers will be £ 250
If no body crosses of all 15 numbers then the prize will be shared equally between those who have crossed off the most numbers.
If all 72 envelopes are not sold then the above prizes will be made up of no less than 66% of the money raised.
Extra consolation prizes will be announced at the start of the competition.
ALL 72 ENTRIES FOR THE 2011/2012 COMPETITION HAVE BEEN SOLD
DO I HAVE TO CHECK THE SCORES MYSELF?
No we will do that for you but we do suggest it would be more fun if you do it yourself.
HOW DO I CLAIM ?
The organizers will check the scores after every game but if you do feel you have a claim then by all means call 07914188576 .
All winners will be informed and regular updates will appear on our Facebook Site (join now) and on our website www.cogenhoecc.co.uk
If you wish to be sent regular updates by e-mail please send your e-mail address to email@example.com
Fantasy Cricket League
Welcome to the Second season of Cogenhoe Cricket Clubs Fantasy League competition. After a successful first season we are running the competition again hopefully this year with even more backing.
The Object of the Game
To pick a Team of players from the Cogenhoe squad that will earn you the most points throughout the 2011 season.
1. Each Team must consist of 11players. Each team must be made up of at least 1 wicket keeper (you may pick more than 1 wicket keeper, if this is the case the second will count as a batsman), at least 4 batsman and at least 4 bowlers. All Rounders can count as either batsman or bowlers. A list of players, and their values can be found on the following page.
2. The total value of your team must not exceed 100 Million.
3. Only performances in league games will score points for your players
4. All entries must be submitted before the end of the clubs first league game on Saturday 24th April. Any entries submitted after this will not score points for any games already completed.
5. Once you have Selected your team you must nominate one player Captain and one player Vice Captain, these players will then earn treble and double points respectively.
6. Points will be scored for the following:
- 10 points per appearance
- 20 points per wicket taken
- 2 points per maiden bowled
- 2 point per run scored
- 10 points for a not out
- 20 points per catch taken
- 20 points per run out
- 50 points for beating a personal league best. Once for batting and once per bowling per season.
- 100 points for any player involved in setting a new club record. (only for BEST figures or score not WORST!!)
- Remember your teams Captain will earn Treble Points and your Vice Captain will earn double points.
7. The cost of entry will be £5 per team. You can enter as many teams as you like and remember all profits will go to the club.
8. There will be a first prize of 30% of money taken for the winning coach plus the clubs fantasy league trophy currently held by a Julie Mason, a second prize of 15% and 5% to 3rd place.
9. Each coach may make 5 transfers to their team during the season. Transfers must keep the team within the 100million budget.
10. Entries and transfers to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or given to me in person by filling in the attached sheet. Entry fees must also be paid before your team will score any points!
|Gareth Goddard||12.9||Paul Browning||16.2|
|Henry Swallow||12.4||Jason Kruger||15.2|
|Jason Roberts||11.7||Mark Bird||12.7|
|Ryan Knight||8.6||Dan McLoughlin||12|
|Dan Harris||7.9||Liam Knight||10.9|
|Fletcher Callaghan||7.5||Russ Coleman||8|
|Matt Golby||7.3||Jonny Wootton||8|
|Adam Lee-Brown||7||Andy Wootton||8|
|Leigh Woodward||6.5||Ashley Davis||7|
|Charlie Bryant||6.1||Pete Arthur||7|
|Gary Brough||5.9||Steve Cox||3.8|
|Dave Patrick||5.5||Tony Bird||3.6|
|Roy Quennel||2.5||Piron James||13.3|
I would like to apologise to anyone who feels they have been incorrectly valued. Player values have been calculated by points players scored last season being divided by 58 (the average number of points per million for all players last season) with some common sense rulings to avoid for example Teffers being too expensive even for Man City. If you feel you’ve been wrongly classified as a bowler, batsman, all rounder or wicket keeper don’t worry this is purely done as a rough guide and to try and get as many different entries as possible.