- VEC’s Pick-A-Winner (PAW) Competition commenced on 7th March 2020.
- This is a Web-based competition – spread over 10 weeks. Log-in or Register on www.pickawinner.ie
[If you previously played Pickawinner and have forgotten your password, mail firstname.lastname@example.org ]
- Pick 2 teams that you think will win in the English Premier League each week, without picking the same team twice. If the team that you selected wins, then you receive points, depending on the score – Rules at: www.pickawinner.ie
and Fees will be collected on-line and weekly selections will be submitted
- It cost
only €20.50 per person to enter.
- How money can be split:
- €10.00 from each entry goes back as PRIZES [50%].
- €10.00 from each entry goes to VEC FC [50%].
- Earn a Free Entry: All VEC FC members have to do is to get as many of your colleagues, family and friends to enter/register for the PAW competition on-line. For every 4 players that you recruit, you will be refunded €20 for your own entry (i.e. a free entry). It’s much easier than selling raffle tickets!
If you wish to clarify anything above or if you have any comments or questions, please contact VEC FC at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
What a way to score your first goal for VEC FC!
Calum Gallagher put this cup match to bed when he scored VEC’s 3rd goal in the 106th minute as VEC FC progressed to the quarter-finals of the O’Neills.com Challenge Cup at the expense of Oldbury FC on a very chilly Friday night in Killinarden.
It wasn’t until the 75th minute that the home team took the lead from a very dubious penalty award. Immediately VEC re-jigged the team and put immense pressure on the Oldbury goal – and got their reward by scoring a dramatic equaliser through Rob Newe in the 93rd minute, thus bringing the game into extra time.
Then a first goal of the season from defender Neal Breslin gave VEC the lead in the 12th minute of extra time … before Calum’s strike to give VEC a deserved 3-1 win.
Pic. Bres runs to his best friend Petesy for a hug!