Alan Sunderland is the Boxing Day winner

The first ball drawn out of the bag for the December QBC draw was number 383 belonging to Alan Sunderland, from Hazlemere. Alan wins £774.40 but with no sign this time of the blue quartered ball, the rollover bonus is carried over to the next draw when someone could win over £4500.

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Alan has been watching Wycombe since 1991 when he and a friend took advantage of some complimentary tickets given to their company as part of a sponsorship package (v Barnet on 29Apr1991 – not a good game to start with as WWFC got beaten 3-1!) Soon after he was forced to retire from playing rugby through injury and started attending regularly at Adams Park with his two sons, Michael and Richard. Subsequently, he has ridden more highs than lows with the Club and enjoyed numerous Cup Finals and Play-off Finals at Wembley and many memorable games at the likes of Charlton, Chelsea and that fantastic game at Villa Park against Liverpool.

Mike and Alan have been proud to sponsor Dom Gape since he joined the Club and back in 2017 Alan managed to lose almost over 5 kilos in body weight with the Football Fans in Training programme (run by WWSET at Adams Park)! While the club was under full Trust ownership, Alan worked in the office as a Credit Controller and was ‘over the moon’ to be awarded Volunteer of the Year for 2018-2019. He says “It has been fantastic to be involved and be part of the Wycombe family for so long.”

Thanks to the Quarters Ball Club draw, this win will allow Alan and his wife to travel to France to visit the sister of his best friend, who was taken from them, far too young, many years ago. They haven’t seen her for over 30 years! In addition, Alan has also made a donation to the One Can Trust from these winnings to help support the fantastic work that they do.


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