Paul ‘banks’ over £900 as QBC winner

The latest big cash prize winner in the Quarters Ball Club draw is a local 64-year old long time Chairboys supporter, Paul Brown. (The third ‘Paul’ to win in our last seven draws)

Ball number 608 was the first drawn out of the bag by the Beaconsfield Mayor Jackson Ng and this enabled Paul to bank the fantastic sum of £904.80. You can watch the draw being made here https://wycombewandererstrust.com/2024/02/video-another-big-win-for-another-chairboy-in-the-latest-qbc-draw

As you can hear on the video from the call made to Paul he was very pleased to received the “fantastic and wonderful news” of his win. Paul has been paying into the QBC draw almost from the very start in 2021 and will probably put his winnings to cover a holiday to Ireland, also now being able to treat his son.

Paul has been following the Chairboys ever since he moved to High Wycombe in 1963 and remembers standing behind the goal at the Hospital End of Loakes Park watching the likes of John Maskell, John Delaney, Keith Searle and Tony “Bodger” Horseman.
Since then his WWFC highlights have been the many visits to Wembley, promotion to the Football League, away trips to Villa Park for the FA Cup SF, Charlton in the League Cup, both LC SF legs with Chelsea, away wins at Chesterfield in cup and league, especially the 2018 promotion clinching game.

Paul, who attended Royal Grammar School in the1970s, spent 37 years in banking before leaving in June 2015 to pursue other interests, by which time he was a season ticket holder in the terrace end from where he still watches games now.

If you fancy being our next winner (and the rollover jackpot is still there to be won – c£7400) then sign up now at https://wycombewandererstrust.com/home-2020/qbc?_thumbnail_id=15103 Entries start at £2 per ball – but please only commit what you can afford.

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