Supporter count

14 supporters

  • Mr G supported us with 1 ticket
  • Ms H supported us with 2 tickets
  • Mrs S supported us with 1 ticket
  • Mrs T supported us with 3 tickets
  • Mrs P supported us with 2 tickets
  • Mr T supported us with 1 ticket

Next draw date

4d 17h 5m confetti ball

15 May 2021

Draw results

£25,000 Jackpot

6 6 9 6 5 1
  • Winner! Mr B (RUGBY) Won £25.00!
  • Winner! Mx K (RUGBY) Won £25.00!
  • Winner! Mr L (RUGBY) Won 3 extra tickets!
  • Winner! Mr P (RUGBY) Won 3 extra tickets!
  • Winner! Mrs N (RUGBY) Won 3 extra tickets!
  • Winner! Mrs C (RUGBY) Won 3 extra tickets!
  • Winner! Mr B (Brinklow) Won 3 extra tickets!
  • Winner! Miss H (RUGBY) Won 3 extra tickets!
  • Winner! Ms J (NUNEATON) Won 3 extra tickets!
  • Winner! Mr K (RUGBY) Won 3 extra tickets!
  • Winner! Mr H (Rugby) Won 3 extra tickets!
  • Winner! Mrs B (Rugby) Won 3 extra tickets!
  • Winner! Mrs W (Rugby Cv 21 4 Nt) Won 3 extra tickets!
  • Winner! Mr B (Rugby) Won 3 extra tickets!
Sat 08 May 2021

About us

Hillmorton FC provides fun, safe, structured football coaching for the community regardless of age or ability. 

We need your help so we can continue to offer and even expand our service of developing players to their maximum ability whilst having fun and making new friends and developing life skills. 

Thank you for your support and good luck!

Hillmorton FC Committee

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How the lottery works

£1 per ticket

That's right, unlike many other lotteries, our lottery tickets are only £1 per week.

60% to causes

50% to your chosen cause and 10% to other causes in Rugby.

£25,000 grand prize

Match all 6 numbers and you win the JACKPOT!

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