In preparation for the 24hr Charity match we can confirm the below for the Raffle.

Raffle Tickets:

Tickets via BACs – Stephen Foster will issue the numbers right up to Friday 7th August
Stephen Foster: 07837 173236 or Charity@portsmouthdas.club

Tickets over the weekend (cash only) – Mike Alsop 07715 273667

Once the match has started Mike Alsop will visit all the anglers in their swims to ask if they wish to purchase raffle tickets. If anglers wish to purchase additional tickets please let one of the match official’s know when they visit to weigh in or call Mike Alsop. Do not visit the official’s area.

For persons not fishing the match that wish to obtain tickets the preferred option is to purchase the tickets in advance via BACS through Stephen Foster ahead of the match.

Alternatively, you can visit Lakeside during the match and drive to the official’s area pegs 32-34 by the Ron Snook memorial bench, but I would ask that you do not hang around as we do not want a gathering of people.

Money Collection
All monies will be collected in a bucket which will be placed on the floor to ensure safe distancing is observed, likewise you will receive your ticket strips in the same way to ensure a safe distance is always be maintained.

Prizes
While I’m sure everyone would like to pick their own prize’s I’m afraid this year that will not be possible. So, each prize will be numbered – 1,2,3,4,5 etc.

A list of the prizes and associated numbers will available at the match when you purchase tickets, it will also be made available on the forums as well.

TICKET SALES WILL CLOSE AT MIDDAY SUNDAY.
At 13:00 Sunday the raffle draw will be made in the presence of the match officials.

To ensure social distancing and to avoid a gathering of people the prizes will be delivered to anglers in their swims who are fishing the match. For those not present fishing the match you will be contacted and arrangements will be made so you can collect your prize or prizes.

While we appreciate this is not how the raffle has been done in the past, we hope you understand the need to change how it is managed this year for all involved to ensure everyone’s safety.