Have you got your ticket for the Pitch-ery?

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If you’ve played on our front pitch in Serpentine Avenue, you’ll know that little, tiny green parts of the pitch like to come home with you. Every time you step on it.  They follow you everywhere. 

Well, it’s time to say goodbye to those little green bits….and hello to a new state-of-the-art, carbon-neutral pitch, the very same being used at the 2024 Paris Olympics, which is set to be laid for us in May this year. 

However, for this all to happen, we need to raise some funds.

Introducing the Pitch-ery!

This is a community lottery which will not only help raise money for the pitch, but will also help you win some money too. 

We’ve gridded our pitch into 1,000 plots. Buy one plot (or a few!) to be in with a chance to win: 

€1,000 – 1st prize 

€500 –  2nd prize

€250 – 3rd prize

€100 – 4th prize

€50 – 5th prize

You have a 1 in a 200 chance to increase your money! Click on these links below to get your tickets….

 1 ticket for €20

3 tickets for €50

The draw will take place on Saturday 18th May at the Club’s Awards Dinner. 

 

How this works

  • We’ve gridded our pitch into 1,000 plots. 
  • Buy a plot (or two or three) using the Stripe links above. 
  • Once you’ve bought, you’ll receive an email with your plot number(s). This is key as it’s your ticket to hopefully a winning prize. 
  • The prize draw will be made on 18th May at the Club’s Awards Dinner where five plot numbers will be drawn on the night. If your number is drawn, you will win one of the cash prizes!
  • Contact will be made within 48 hours after the draw for those with the winning plot numbers. 

If you have any questions or queries, contact pitchery@pembrokewanderers.ie.

Thanks for your support and best of luck!

 

About our new pitch

This May, we will be getting a pitch made of Poligras Paris GT zero, developed for the Paris 2024 Olympics. This is the world’s first and only carbon zero hockey turf and has also been FIH Innovation-certified for dry hockey.

  • 80% biobased material (sugarcane)
  • Made with green energy
  • Turf Glide technology means unique ‘play wet / play dry’ crossover performance

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