It's a Weekend Rollover for the Gloucester Rugby Lotto
8 August 2014 10:42
By Lucy Nottage
It's a weekend rollover for Gloucester Rugby Lotto! This Saturday's jackpot is estimated at an incredible £9.5 MILLION!
Playing Gloucester Rugby Lotto is a great way to get behind your club and support the development fund, whilst giving you the chance to win life-changing jackpots still for just £1.50.
From each lotto bet placed, all of the proceeds that the club receives from Gloucester Rugby Lotto go to the Gloucester Rugby Development Fund, a dedicated ring-fenced cash reserve which funds player, academy and community development.
Gloucester Rugby Lotto is powered by Lotto Network, which funds and pays all prize money in full - meaning that the club needn't worry about a thing. This means that the development fund only ever benefits from Gloucester Rugby Lotto - a real win-win situation for supporters!
Make sure you are in the rollover draw this Saturday for an estimated jackpot of £9.5 Million! Wow, someone may get very rich, let that be you!
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